Insulin Resistance
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Insulin is a hormone that is produced by the pancreas. It enables glucose in your blood to enter cells in your muscle, fat, and liver so that it can be utilized for energy. These cells are located in the areas of your body that require glucose the most. The glucose in your bloodstream comes from the food you consume. In times of need, such as when you are fasting, the liver is also responsible for producing glucose. After you eat, your pancreas will secrete insulin into your bloodstream. In response to an increase in blood glucose levels, often known as blood sugar. After that, insulin brings down the glucose levels in the blood to keep them within the usual range..

Insulin: The Effect on the Body
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Insulin is a messenger chemical that enables cells to take up glucose, a sugar, from the blood..

Diabetes Knowledge is a Must
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People with diabetes don’t have enough glucose in their bodies to utilize the sugar in the food they eat. Diabetes comes in several forms, but they are all linked by the presence of high glucose levels in the blood. Medications and/or insulin injections may be part of the treatment. Healthy living can help prevent several types of diabetes..