In 2015, when Hamilton's son Bo Jordan Loomis was 17 months old, he was diagnosed with Congenital Hyperinsulinism (HI), a rare disease that causes extreme low blood sugar (hypoglycemia). If not diagnosed early, it can cause brain damage or even death. Despite being mostly non-verbal and having learning disabilities, Bo is responding well to treatment. Many other HI kids are not so fortunate. Click www.congenitalhi.org to learn more.
A few years ago his diagnosis changed to Ketotic Hypoglycemia, which is very similar to HI except the body produces ketones...while the name of his condition has changed, the effects, protocol, and treatment are similar, and for Bo it is almost identical. To learn more about KH, click www.ketotichypoglycemia.org/