Diabetes and Metabolism

Diabetes is a chronic, metabolic disorder that occurs when your blood Sugar, also called blood Glucose, is too high. Glucose is your Major Source of energy and comes from the food. Insulin, a hormone formed by the pancreas, its helps glucose from food gets into your cells to be used for energy. Sometimes your body doesn’t make enough insulin or doesn’t response insulin. This leads over time to serious damage to the blood vessels, heart, eyes, nerves and kidneys. The most common is type 2 diabetes, usually in Adult, which occurs when the body becomes opposing to insulin or doesn't make enough insulin. Metabolism is a process, total amount of the chemical reactions involved in maintaining the living condition of the cells in a body. All living organisms require energy for different essential processes and for producing new organic substances.

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