Diabetes type 1 sufferers must immediately act to raise their blood sugar levels if they fall too low.
If blood sugar falls to “severe” low levels it could result in life-threatening seizures and nervous system damage.
Dr David Cavan, a diabetes consultant with 20 years experience, called on sufferers to eat 15 grams of fast-acting carbohydrate whenever their blood sugar levels dip below normal.
Writing in his book ‘Take Control of Type 1 Diabetes’, Dr Cavan said: “In order to increase the low blood suga…
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