Hoping for advice. I have Hashimoto's and I'm hypoglycemic. Everything I read says it is best for blood sugar levels to be below 100 (generally), and according to experts, that 60 - 90 is best. However, I CANNOT function if my blood sugar (fasting or at any time) is BELOW 105. If mine is below 105 I feel weak, dizzy, confused, sleepy, lethargic, and my vision is blurred. I cannot even go out to the grocery store because I won't be able to remember where I parked the car, if my levels are below 105. I have now taken to eating an orange when I wake up, an orange about 10:30 a.m., and an orange about 2 p.m. It seems nothing else I try helps. Note: my father and two sisters are hypoglycemic (one is hypothyroid and one has Hashi's). Sister no. 3 is diabetic (and hypothyroid). I believe a diet with excessive dietary sugar, when we were growing up, is the cause of thyroid and blood sugar problems in my family. Background: According to my latest thyroid panel, my FT3, FT4, and TSH are in range. I take thyroid replacement hormone and follow the autoimmune paleo diet. I supplement with D3, B12, and I've started using the ProHealth Ultra ATP supplement (with malic acid and magnesium). Too soon to tell if it is helping. Thanks!