Low Sugar Diabetes Cause Theory By: David Rader II on May 19, 2008 @ 6:00 PM
One of my buddies doctors told him he's at risk for "low sugar diabetes," yet he consumes enough sugar each day to probably make many people sick. He said "figure that one out."
Well I don't know that I have it figured out, but I do at least have a theory (that I'd be surprised if no one else has mentioned) to throw in the mix!
The basis for the theory is that the body protects itself. If someone drinks a lot of sugar, to me it seems if they're surviving what may likely be a toxic level of sugar for many people, their body must be disposing of or "dumping" much of the sugar out.
In affect, if someone consuming toxic levels of sugar (who has been surviving this way for an extended period of time) hasn't consumed their typical amounts of sugar, their sugar level would seem to be low in the blood stream. I theorize this may be because their body normally keeps the sugar low, so when their typically consumed sugar is ingested, the body is already prepared for a higher level of toxicity.
Disclaimer: I don't know if this theory is practiced or accepted by the medicine and medical industry, which means it may not be accepted by doctors.