I tend towards hypoglycemia naturally, but have found that my symptoms have been mysteriously exacerbated over the past couple of months; there will be day/week-long periods where I am starving, foggy-headed, confused and can almost devour a whole jar of peanut butter without reprieve from the symptoms. If I have coffee (which I have been guilty of consuming more of lately), the 'crash' and subsequent hypoglycemia is especially bad. I know it might immediately sound like anxiety (which is what my doctor dismissed it as), but it is very intimately connected to a feeling of hunger/craving sugar. I know that there is some basic connection between cortisol/blood sugar -- lately, when I take my time-release melatonin (which should drop cortisol?), the symptoms become worse. And stimulants (even creatine) tend to improve the symptoms. I also make sure I eat fats, proteins, low GI etc., though that doesn't always help. What I was wondering if there were any supps I could take to help keep my blood sugar more stable -- and anything I should definitely avoid -- while I figure out some way to get my fatigue more under control ..? It's such a frustrating feeling. Alpha-lipoic acid definitely makes it worse. Potato starch makes it worse. I had been doing a course of Olive Leaf Extract over the past week and my symptoms had also been quite bad .. and I just googled and read that OLE is a hypoglycemic agent, so maybe I need to drop it. But I don't really understand the insulin resistant/sensitivity thing. Is Chromium good or bad for hypolycemia?