Just a quick note to say hi!I'm the mother of a Diabetic adult son, he's had diabetes since he was 11 he just turn 33. He shared with me a blackout he had for a couple of hours.. and I was reading one of your older responses to the a similar question. I'm curious as to how you have come to this knowledge? Are you in the medical field and maybe you can't answer that here. If you can send me a response to what would cause blackouts in diabetics and what precautions can be taken, my son is very active, and I notice he does tend to eat cookies when he's active, he once mentioned his fears of lows..
I appreciate any suggestions, or medical articles I can send him.. ***@****
Just wanted to comment on an answer you posted about glucose levels. The recommended glucose level (fasting) for all individuals EXCEPT infants is 70-110. Infants or neonates blood glucose level is 40-70 or 40-80 depending on where you look. Negligible information can be harmful even if it is unintentional.