We know that hypoglycemia is caused by excess release of insulin, and is considered to be a rare phenomenon in those of us who do not have diabetes but have been diagnosed with reactive hypoglycemia. People who have insulin resistance have high levels of insulin, because their pancreas has to secrete more since their cells are no longer responding to it correctly. Yet, it is very rare that a person with insulin resistance complains about reactive hypoglycemia. How does all that extra insulin not do to them what it does to us? Is there something I've misunderstood? Considering how many people have insulin resistance, you would think that RH would be rampant.