If you’re on the weight-loss food plan and you’re not eating all of your food, this could definitely play a role in your experiencing low blood sugar symptoms. That’s one of the reasons I do recommend, in general, that folks finish their food.
Stable blood sugar is one of the benefits of Bright Line Eating, but the transition from spikes and dips in blood sugar to steady-as-a-rock blood sugar isn’t an overnight event. It can take a while for your body to adapt to this new way of eating. It really does takes time for the body to recalibrate.
In addition, you may still be in the withdrawal period, where all kinds of symptoms are likely, including flu-like symptoms, shaking, dizziness, brain fog, or just about any other common withdrawal symptoms seen with other drugs.