In healthy individuals, the food consumed

Publish Date: 05-01-2017 06:37:42 | Contact name: Tirum Jopa | Location: New York | Place: New York | 33 times displayed |




In
healthy individuals, the food consumed is converted into glucose, which is then
taken by the body cells to fulfill their energy needs. Glucose acts as a fuel
for the body cells, allowing them to carry out their necessary functions. The
insulin hormone secreted by the pancreas, ensures that the glucose is driven
into the cells. In diabetes, the glucose does not enter the cells. This can be
either due to insulin insufficiency or body HL12 Diabetes cells not being receptive to
actions of insulin. In any case, cell absorption of glucose does not take
place. A small amount of glucose is always present in the bloodstream. However,
as body cells are unable to absorb glucose, it leads to pooling of glucose in
the bloodstream. So, despite high amount of glucose circulating in the
bloodstream, body cells are deprived of it. The cellular response to glucose
starvation manifests in the form of frequent hunger pangs. The glucose-deprived
cells are primarily responsible for inducing excessive hunger in diabetic
patients. So, as body cells are no longer able to hold glucose molecules, they
notify the brain about their glucose-deprived condition.


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