Supplements to consider for Hypoglycemia:
(which should be assessed for compatibility and requirements)
•Chelated chromium 500-2000mcg+/day,
•Chelated manganese 25-50mg+/day,
•Choline bitartrate 250-1000mg+/day,
•PABA (para-aminobenzoic acid) 300mg+/day,
•Vitamin E 400-800 I/day.
Choline bitartrate should be used with caution if there is a disposition for water retention (swollen hands or feet), since it boosts aldosterone activity, which in turn results in sodium retention. However very low sodium levels can also result in edema, in which case higher sodium retention as a result of boosting someone's aldosterone levels is advantageous and can at times lead to tremendous water weight loss. In very low aldosterone types, licorice may be considered for its sodium-raising and potassium-lowering effect.