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My name is Nicole and this is my blog about non-diabetic reactive hypoglycemia. I’ve had hypoglycemia my whole life but went undiagnosed until my early 20’s. This blog is a place for me to share my experiences and thoughts on being a hypo in hopes it will help someone else.
I’m a young professional in my 30’s living in Texas. I work out six days a week and try to eat as healthy as I can to try to stay healthy and keep to my ideal weight/size (I sit at a 0-4 in US sizes). My blood sugar is usually around 65, but can drop to 40 after only 3-4 hours. Other than that, you’ll find some out more about me through my posts. But, honestly, I’m going to try to keep my identity quiet because I want the freedom to be totally honest on here without having to worry about potential employers, etc. finding this. Know who I am? Congratulations! Keep it to yourself. 🙂
I am in no way a medical professional and anything you read on here should be checked with the appropriate medical professional before implementing.
Up-to-date information on hypoglycemia
This blog reflects my journey of learning and understanding hypoglycemia. This means that some of my older posts may have information that is out-of-date as I’ve learned more or research has changed. For the most updated macro-level information on living with hypoglycemia, please visit Up-to-date info on hypoglycemia (start here) page.
If you’re curious if the information in a particular post is still accurate, please feel free to leave a comment on the post asking and I’ll respond letting you know if there is any updated information.
Thanks for reading!