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Famous People with Hypoglycemia

Posted on December 17, 2012 | No Comments

Hypoglycemia is a condition in which one’s blood sugar (glucose) is becomes too low or below 70 mg/dL. This is in contrast to hyperglycemia which is when blood sugar levels becomes to high. Diabetes is a lifelong disease that is particularly associated with high levels of sugar in the blood. However, diabetic patients in general are equally vulnerable to hypo and hyperglycemia because of their body’s inability to regulate blood sugar levels. While diabetes is a life long disease, this should not prevent diabetics from achieving their ambitions and living their lives to the fullest.

There are famous people who have Hypoglycemia but have managed to conquer their disease and made a name on their respective fields. Among the famous celebrities who are diabetic included gorgeous and popular Hollywood actress, Halle Berry; American Idol judge Randy Jackson; the beauteous and stunning Salma Hayek, renowned TV talk show host, Larry King; Soul and RNB diva Patti LaBelle, singer musician Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers, vampire chronicles novelist, Anne Rice, 1960′s influential actress, Mary Tyler Moore and rock singer Bret Michaels of Poison.

Other famous people with hypoglycemia included American Idol runner-up Crystal Bowersox; broadcasting legend, Dick Clark; heavy metal band Motley Crue drummer, Tommy Lee; Lost Generation novelist, Ernest Hemingway; animator and Disney founder Walt Kelly, The Godfather author Mario Puzo; Light inventor Thomas Edison; Broadway musical composer and producer, Andrew Lloyd Webber; Pink Floyd vocalist Syd Barrett, Boxing champ Smokin’ Joe Frasier, Jazz Legend Singer Ella Fitzgerald; Country Singer Johnny Cash; Hippie CSN folk singer David Crosby; The king of Rock Elvis Presley, Star Wars Director and producer, George Lucas, Soviet Prime Minister Mikal Gorbechev, McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc and one of the Hollywood actresses with a timeless beauty Elizabeth Taylor.

There are many many more famous people who suffered diabetes and hypoglycemia which is a living testament that diabetes can not get in the way for people to live their dreams and live their life to the fullest.

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