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BBTempleN
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BBTempleN

Member, Female, from Leeds

Reactive Hypoglycemia? Sep 12, 2020

BBTempleN was last seen:
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      BBTempleN
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      Reactive Hypoglycemia?
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Leeds
    Type of diabetes:
    Don't have diabetes
    Treatment type:
    I do not have diabetes
    Medication:
    None
    Exercise:
    Yoga, Walking
    Likes:
    Animals, gardening
    Migraine since age 14. Constantly looking for an answer. Recent understanding is back to old theories that migraine is a metabolic condition/hypoglycaemic headache so I'm looking at eating low carb to control blood sugar and see if this helps the migraines. I struggle with digesting fat after a stomach condition in 2013 so cannot manage keto diet. I also do not eat red meat, try to avoid dairy and fish is hit and miss with the migraines as they can be a trigger.
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