Hi there, I’m totally new to this and wondered if someone with more experience could advise. My Mum experiences episodes of blacking out/losing consciousness and the pattern seems to be that this always happens at home, in the kitchen usually after eating food, sometimes 20 mins later, sometimes a few hrs later. This has being going on for a no of years and she’s had all sorts of neurological tests/heart checks all of which have come back clear. For a while now I’ve suspected this is food related as both my parents have a high sugar diet - lots of biscuits, sweet bread and cake after lunch and dinner. Mum does not have diabetes (although Dad has been diagnosed with pre diabetes). After Googling “crashing after eating sugar” I’ve come across Reactive Hypoglycaemia. Could this be what is occurring to my Mum? Like I say, the blackouts never happen outside of home which makes me think it’s diet related and she always comes round albeit a bit groggy for a while. During the day Mum can be incredibly sleepy and I wonder if she is experiencing RH symptoms all day long except none of the family have any idea of what’s going on. I have mentioned this to her GP and have arranged a meeting next week to discuss this but the GP already sounds vague/dismissive of the idea that this could be RH (simply because Mum doesn’t have diabetes). What do I say/ask for to push this along to be investigated further? Reading this forum people are clued up on monitoring their blood but Mum does none of this so we have nothing to back this up. It’s only my loose suspicion that RH is behind the blackouts. Would really appreciate any advice to ensure the GP takes me seriously and refers her somewhere (where??) to be checked further. Thanks so much for any help or advice you can give.