Today after a phone call I received from the camp one of my daughters went too today I decided to look up low blood sugar. Now I already know that I suffer from it, my son does; apparently so does my older daughter. I had gotten a call from the camp she and her sister are at about 30 minutes ago. Seems she collapsed while playing outside but is fine now. Well to say that is odd for her is 100% correct, as it has -never- happened. I did know that this morning because the girls were in a hurry to leave neither of them had, had breakfast. I thought no big deal right as my son has the low blood sugar. Well after I told the camp director that she had not eaten breakfast and that the kids had not had lunch yet they and I think it might be low blood sugar.
OK, so now I wonder; is low blood sugar somehow genetic? Did my daughter “suddenly” develop it? Is there something else I don’t know about this?
Well I spent the last 30 minutes trying to find out if it’s a genetic disorder, also if there has been any rise in low blood sugar in recent years. I could not find any answer(s) to those two questions. I did find one interesting article though:
Anyone worrying about low blood sugar might take a moment to read this info. Now I get to sit and wonder if my other daughter will have the same problem. I do think it interesting how this is popping up after we have stopped eating and ingesting most processed sugars. I know I have the odd moment of feeling faint due to it, but not as bad as it use to be. The thing I wonder about is once we are off the “food grid” will it change all of these blood disorders. Me and my kids’ low sugar and Silver’s diabetes?
It will be interesting to find out as time goes on what happens to us health wise fully with this.