Pre-Type 2 Diabetes / Insulin Resistance
When carbohydrates are consumed, they are metabolized to glucose. Serum glucose can be measured on a routine blood test. For glucose to produce energy in the body, it must be transported into cells. Insulin transports glucose into cells, where energy is produced to fuel the various metabolic processes in the body. It is important to maintain a glucose level in a very narrow range. Low glucose results in hypoglycemia, with symptoms being light-headedness and weakness. Excess sugar in the bloodstream (high glucose) is called hyperglycemia and if not corrected may lead to diabetes.
Chronic ingestion of excess carbohydrates places more demand on the body to produce more insulin to transport sugar (glucose) into cells. Over a period of time, the cells become resistant to recognize the signal from insulin to take sugar into them. More and more insulin is produced to try and force sugar into the cells. Excess insulin is termed insulin resistance, and this leads to Type 2 diabetes.
The common link between heart disease, Alzheimer’s, cancer and depression is excess insulin, not sugar. There are many other conditions related to excess insulin, including bipolar disorder, breast cancer, cataracts, chronic fatigue, abnormal cholesterol metabolism, fatty liver, kidney, neuropathy, pancreatic cancer, blindness, and amputation, just to name a few. Maintaining normal glucose and insulin levels is essential for a long healthy life.Learn More
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