I agree with you flailingWcandi. It is all endocrine. This is the source of my issue as well. Hypoglycemia is a symptom of an underlying cause, and if one is not full blown diabetic, it is surely an endocrine issue.
Eating sugary foods to maintain blood sugar is the worst thing anyone can do. It stresses the system more, and feeds the candida. I have found that sticking to the diet and pushing through the hypoglycemia has been paying off, but this is most likely because my endocrine system is healing and the candida infection is getting smaller. A proper diet is the best cure for any ailment, no matter what it is.
I have to disagree with the comment about the acupuncture as well. Chinese medicine has been around far longer than western medicine (which has done nothing for me but drain my pocket book and provide me with no results). I always have a healing crisis the night of/day after my acu treatments but then I feel so much better afterwards. After all, it was my kinesiologist who detected the endocrine issue before the western doctors even caught on. flailingWcandi is right, it is all about being imbalanced. That is how illness gets the opportunity to get to us.
The key to healing is to balance the body and boost the immune system (which means healing the gut because that’s the primary source of the immune system) by feeding the body what it needs and taking good care of it. There is no magic pill that is going to fix it, unfortunately. It takes alot of time, but remember you didn’t get sick overnight either. It’s the long way, but addressing the underlying issues will provide permanent results. Best of luck in your healing!