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Diabetes 2 Causes and Dangers by Jane Reynolds

How to prevent diabetes 2?

There are three major diabetes types: Diabetes 1, diabetes 2 and Gestational Diabetes.

Diabetes 1 and diabetes 2 were acknowledged during numerous studies.

Diabetes 2 affects 85 to 90 % of all people with diabetes. Nearly all diabetics got their disease from having an damaging lifestyle but diabetes 2 could as well be hereditary.

One of two things occurs in diabetes. The pancreas can�t produce insulin (type 1 diabetes) or else; the cells don�t react to the insulin as it should be and the pancreas produces inadequate insulin for the body�s increased needs (diabetes 2).

Diabetes 2 is the most common type.

Diabetes 2 has an effect on almost 95% of all diabetics. Distinct type 1 diabetes, diabetes 2 makes the body incapable to react to insulin.

What is the reason for getting diabetes 1 or diabetes 2?

The reason for getting diabetes 1 or diabetes 2 is unknown.

Researchers imply that diabetes happens when a viral disease triggers damage to the insulin producing cells in the pancreas.

Diabetes results from the incapability of the body to produce enough amount of insulin.

What is insulin? What is the insulin function?

Insulin is a hormone that helps the body cells to use the glucose.

The insulin is responsible for breaking down the sugar in our blood stream and preventing the sugar level from coming up.

What is glucose? What is the glucose function?

Carbohydrate foods have glucose. The body uses glucose as its main source of energy.

Sugar is one of the glucose types. Glucose comes from foods that contain carbohydrates such as potatoes, bread, pasta and rice, fruit and milk.

How is glucose absorbed into the blood stream and provides us energy?

The glucose is released and absorbed into the blood stream after the food is digested.

The glucose in the blood stream needs to move into body tissues to create energy. Spare glucose is stocked up in the liver or transformed into fat. The fat is being stocked up in other body organs.

How to prevent diabetes 2?

While the causes of diabetes 2 are known and in some cases it can be prevented there is no cure for diabetes 2. no preventive cure for type 1 diabetes.

Foods that are high in fat and cholesterol are not suggested to people who would like to stay away from.

Additionally, avoid Diabetes 2, you have to take regular exercise. Keep your body active and increase your resistance to other illness and some of the serious complications caused by having diabetes.

Having Diabetes 2 does not simply diminish the body, it could also widen to different organs. Just the once it spreads, parts of the body could get amputated to prevent the illness from spreading to vital body organs.

While Diabetes 2 worsens, it could cause damages in the heart, kidney and even the eyes. Heart disease, kidney problems and blindness is conditions that you would never want to have and it could come from diabetes.

About the Author

At Gestational Diabetes Info center you will get helpful information about causes and risks of Gestational Diabetes. You'll acquire knowledge of prevention, get diet menu, the symptoms and know which questions to ask your physician.

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