Most people never give a second thought , the food they eat is transformed into energy and that's that.
Their bodies do all the work for them: digesting the food and converting carbohydrates into a type of sugar called glucose that enters the bloodstream. Next, the pancreas kicks out the insulin, a hormone that travels through the body, attaching to receptors on the outside of cells. Once attached, insulin acts like a key that unlocks the cell so that glucose can enter it and be used for energy.
If the body doesn't need the sugar for energy, it stores it as fat. Usually, this process hums along like a well oiled machine. people only take notice when the process breaks down.
This breakdown is called Diabetes. Whether type 1 or 2, diabetes is serious and requires a doctors care even when it is controlled. Type 1, previously called juvenile diabetes or insulin dependent diabetes mellitus, is believed to be an autoimmune condition in which the pancreas fails to manufacture insulin.
Patients with type 1 whether a child or an adult require daily insulin injection. While in type 2, the pancreas produces insulin, but the body does not use it properly thereby creating more work for the pancreas. In time, the pancreas cannot make enough insulin to make up for the insensitivity, and diabetes follows.
Inactivity, aging, obesity, or high saturated fat diet can all contribute to insulin resistance.
Whether type 1 or 2, glucose builds up on the Bloodstream. Left untreated, can lead to serious complications including kidney failure, limb amputation, heart disease and blindness. But the good news is that type 2 diabetes can be controlled through simple measures and a healthy lifestyle that include - weight loss, proper nutrition, adequate exercise and stress reduction.
More so, experts equally recommend dietary supplement. High on their list is Chromium, American ginseng, bilberry and ginkgo that improve circulation thereby lowering the risk of eye damage to the patient. Equally recommended are magnesium, zinc, vitamin E, and vitamin C. Why you may ask? Magnesium deficiency is thought to increase insulin resistance, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease in diabetes, zinc deficiency negatively impacts glucose levels. Vitamin E helps sensitize insulin receptors. While vitamin C of course, assists the immune system and enables tissue repair. Because of its effectiveness in handling diabetes.
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