The nutritionist at CF clinic told me I have reactive hypoglycemia - Every morning, I wake up feeling fine, sometimes hungry, and eat breakfast at around 7:30. Around 10:00, my blood sugar crashes - I feel ravenous, spacey, shaky, and sometimes sweaty. I eat a snack with protein and carbs, which helps for a little while, but in an hour it will happen again and will still feel like crap until I eat lunch. By lunchtime I am so hungry that I feel like I could eat a thanksgiving dinner (and I usually pig out). Then I am fine for the rest of the day.<br>The nutritionist told me to tweak my morning diet to include more fiber and protein, which I have done, and it still happens. (My breakfast is usually that Kashi Go Lean cereal that has added protein, and piece of turkey bacon, coffee, and some fruit). Has anyone found a snack that works well for you? I have been doing protein bars, because I'm usually out and about mid morning, so it's very convenient. I'm wondering if I need to add some fat, or simply just eat more food.<br>My other question is, has anyone noticed they feel more junky when their blood sugar crashes. My cough is always the worst at the same time - I wake up fine, and then, around 10:00, I start getting a junky cough and I cough until after lunch, and then I am fine for the rest of the day. I mentioned this at clinic too and they were just like, "That's weird." I'm just wondering if they could be related, or if late morning is the time when CFers cough the most.