I think my reactive hypoglycemia is very unpredictable and doesn't always respond to food choices. I actually feel worse when I try to eat an healthy diet of unrefined foods than when I eat whatever I want. But there are days that eating whatever thing will trigger post-prandial hypoglycemia and there's nothing I can do about it. I guess the parasympathetic nervous system impairment (as seen in the malfuction of the vagal nerve) leads to an excessive or deficient release of glycogen and a surge of adrenalin. I'm starting to think that even better than trying to find a long-term solution through restrictive diets (ala fitness books) it might be better to find a way to stop the horrible symptoms when the hypoglycemia can be controlled without food. If eating 5 candy bars would stop the hypoglycemia I would do it and would just eat better the next meal. So I'm more interested in short term solution for those days when the parasympathetic nervous system just doesn't work rather than a restrictive solution for life than won't make a difference in those days. Any thought? Want to help?