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Video Interview: Dr Samra on Allergies

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Information Paper on Hypoglycemia

THE IMPORTANCE OF TIGHTLY REGULATING BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS It is vitally important for the body to maintain blood sugar levels within a narrow range. If the blood sugar level falls too low, energy supply to all tissues, and particularly the brain, is impaired. If the blood sugar level is too high, this is damaging to

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Information Paper on Hypoglycemia for Schools

  Does your child suffer any of the following symptoms: Nervousness Irritability Exhaustion Faintness Dizziness or feeling “spaced out” Tremors or feeling “shaky” Cold sweats Depression Migraine headaches Insomnia Digestive disturbances Forgetfulness Mood swings Anxiety Aggression Violence. Anti-social behaviour Sugar addiction Epilepsy Mental confusion Limited attention span Learning disability Lack of concentration Itching and crawling sensation on

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Finding Your Allergies

By Jurriaan Plesman BA(Psych), Post Grad Dip Clin Nutr   Sensitivities to food items is a common element hypoglycemics. Sufferers should avoid their allergies. The detection of allergies can be made by professionals or by a systematic investigation of the patient himself. This is a vast topic. I would recommend that you read books on

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Dr Samra’s Books

Support the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia with the purchase of Dr George Samra’s books Being a charitable self-funded organisation by fee paying members, the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia is always strapped for money. The publishers of Dr Samra’s books, One Stop Allergies, has offered to donate any profits made from the sale of

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Allergies: The Food and Disease Paradigm

By Dr George Samra, MB, BS (Sydney), FACNEM From Chapter 17 of Dr George Samra’s book “The New Hypoglycemic Connection” SUMMARY: The notion that food and disease have an intimate relationship is nothing new to traditional Chinese medicine. The food and disease paradigm is a new way of thinking about chronic illness. There appears to

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