Sorry, I didn't mean to seem rude, it's just that I've had hypoG for a long time and never heard using MSM as a treatment and just a little astonished to hear that.
When I read your post and did a quick search, I didn't seem to find much about MSM for hypoG. I just thought if it worked so good for hypoG, there'd be plenty of info on the net recommended it for that.
This forum is a wonderful resource, but I do worry about false hope advise and stories, especially since there are a lot of desperate people here, including me.
I've been take Cysteine that I learned recently may help for hypoG because it's supposed to boost glutathione levels (as you mentioned MSM does) and also help block insulin production, but hasn't helped one bit.
I just went to look again and DID find this to support your claim:
Dr. Hannon Wapaca at Lahoya was a hypoglycemic and was afraid she was going to lose her big toe through gangrene. She takes MSM daily and feels better.
The last time we heard from her she had nearly forgotten all about the toe not because it was gone but because it quit hurting and was completely healed after a few days on the MSM.
Here's how it works:
The cells in the body have become rigid and non-permeable. There is too much insulin carrying blood sugars to your cells. The blood sugars do not get used because the cell walls are not permeable and the cells do not absorb the blood sugar.
There is more insulin than blood sugars in the blood stream, so the body believes it needs more sugars. It really does! You then have low blood sugars and have a low or swing. By taking MSM regularly your cells become permeable.
The blood sugars are now being absorbed by the cells and the body becomes healthier. After a few months on MSM the pancreas should be producing insulin at a normal rate. " http://www.alternativehealingtools.com/vitamins/msm.htm
Seems worthy to try. MSM is pretty cheap, so at this point I got nothing to lose. Again, apologies for upsetting you and making it sound like I was doubting you.