Everything you need to know about Blood Sugar & Diabetes

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Published on July 7, 2015 by HWC

The blood sugar level should be maintained at around 100 ranging between 80 and 110. If the sugar level exceeds beyond this limit, then you are said to have diabetes and if it falls under the range, you are said to have hypoglycaemia.

Everything you eat will break down into glucose sugar. Liver and pancreas are the two organs that control blood sugar levels. When you have food, pancreas secretes a hormone called insulin, which gets the sugar out of the blood i.e. reduces blood sugar levels. When you are not eating, your liver takes sugar from fat and passes on into blood through a hormone known as Insulin Growth factor to maintain the optimal sugar levels.

Diabetes is a condition that occurs when a person consumes too much of sugar. Diabetes can be controlled easily when compared to type-II diabetes.

Type-II diabetes is associated with a problem in liver. In this, the cells in the liver become more resistive to insulin. So, each receptor in the liver becomes magnified thus resulting in type-II diabetes.

On the other hand, type-I diabetes is associated with a problem in pancreas. In this, cells present in pancreas makes insulin is exhausted, so insulin is being produced. This leads to an increase in the quantities of sugar in blood. Hence, people require insulin injections to lower the sugar. Growth hormones should be maintained high for regulating blood sugars. And, it burns fat, helps you in anti-aging, prevents breaking proteins into sugar.

Growth hormones can be maintained at optimal levels by exercising, sleeping for at least 7-8 hours and keeping liver healthy.

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