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A Gift You Give Yourself. Type 2 Diabetes.

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ShareThere are adults whose bodies resist the action of insulin and prevent the necessary sugars from entering the body cells, depriving the body of its necessary fuel. According to the National Institutes of Health, 95% of diabetic patients suffer from this diabetes. The pancreas continue to produce enough insulin yet, the cells resist absorption of the digested sugars. This diabetes …

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Life Will Become Very Very Complicated Indeed. Juvenile Diabetes.

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ShareSome people are born with impaired pancreas and therefore, have insulin deficiency, this is juvenile diabetes. Their bodies do not produce any or enough insulin necessary to transport sugar from the blood into the cells of the body for use as energy. This type 1 diabetes usually strikes before the age of thirty years, but could be diagnosed at any …

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What Causes… Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes?

ShareTYPE 1 DIABETES: Insulin is a must, to assist the digested sugars to move into a cell and fuel it. Diabetes occurs because of no/lack of insulin sent out by the pancreas, these sugars cannot ENTER the cells and therefore, stay back in the blood, thereby increasing its concentration.  “The sugar becomes high”. This accumulation of sugars in the blood …

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What is… the reason you have Diabetes?

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Share        You eat food, the digestive juices change it into simple sugars like glucose making the food capable of being absorbed by your body cells. This glucose is used as fuel energy by your body. Once the fuel is ready, it enters and takes a train (your blood stream) to every cell in your body. On arrival …

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Relax, Nobody’s Going To Rock Your Precious Boat. Diabetes Mellitus?

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ShareWhat was once called ‘DIABETES MELLITUS”, is now referred to as just “DIABETES”. Diabetes Mellitus means “sweet” or “honey-sweet” in Latin. Diabetes Mellitus was first identified as a disease associated with “sweet urine” because the increased glucose in the blood spills into the urine increasing the concentration of blood glucose, hence diabetes mellitus type 2 or diabetes mellitus type 1. …

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