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Diabetes

from our pancreas gland does not produce enough insulin or produces the hormone insulin, the hormone can not be used effectively in the evolving situation and life-long disease. As a result, people ate foods that blood glucose can not use the glucose and blood sugar rises (hyperglycemia).

Most of the food we eat, especially foods that contain carbohydrates in the body is converted into glucose to be used for energy. The stomach is an organ located in the posterior surface of the pancreas, muscles and other tissues of our glucose from the blood to use as energy that allows taking “insulin” produces a hormone called. Of bleeding in from the glucose, insulin, the hormone enters the cell through. The cells use glucose as fuel. If you need to fuel your body is more than the amount of glucose in the liver (glycogen candy store), is stored in fat tissue, simple Arthro 7.

Nondiabetic individual fasting blood glucose levels 120 mg / dL, as toughness (two hours after the meal starts) 140 mg / dL the impasse. Fasting or postprandial blood glucose level measured to be greater than this value indicates the presence of diabetes.

Whether a person with diabetes Fasting Blood Glucose (FBG) measurement or Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) performed is determined. FBG measurement of 100-125 mg / dl hidden sugar (pre-diabetes) signal. Measurement results FBG 126 mg / dl or more is indicative of the presence of diabetes.

Receiving in OGTT glucose-rich fluid is important that blood glucose level after 2 hours. The second hour blood glucose measurement from 140 to 199 mg / dL hidden sugar, 200 mg / dL or higher, the diabetes is diagnosed