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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-11-7 12:08 编辑

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Diabetes


Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism in which a person has high blood sugar, either because the body does not produce enough insulin, or because cells do not respond to the insulin that is produced. A lot of people worldwide suffer from diabetes. This episode of BOK will give you a simple explanation of what diabetes is, complications that can arise from it, and ways to manage it. Here is Part I.








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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is Diabetes Made Simple.



When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients: carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose.



Here’s a quick fact: carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach, through the bloodstream, to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas.



Insulin acts like a key, unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.



Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream, but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing. In both cases the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar’s not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke.


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carbohydrate: n. 糖类



glucose: n. 葡萄糖



insulin: n. 胰岛素



pancreas: n. 胰脏



dehydrated: adj. 脱水的

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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is diabetes made simple.
When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutritions--carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, *, potatos, fruit, milk and *. In the normal digest process, sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter the cells without the help of a speical hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors of the muscle's fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide engergy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle's fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.
Now let's view what happens in a person with diabetes. Suger enters the bloodstream but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of you cells. This can made you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damaged to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can make the serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart-attack and storke.
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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is diabetes, made simple.
When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients--carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.
Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of you cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage/ to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart-attack and stroke.
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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is diabetes made simple.
When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients--carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In the normal digest process, sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter the cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors of the muscle's fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle's fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.
Now let's view what happens in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of you cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damaged to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can make the serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart-attack and stroke.
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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary,but don't panic.People with diabetes can live long healthy lives.Sure,let's go over some basics.This is diabetes,made simple.When we eat,food travels to the stomach.Food is made up of three basic nutrients:carbohydrates,proteins and fats.During digestion,carbohydrates are broken down into sugar,otherwise known as glucose.Here is a quick fact.Carbohydrates include foods such as bread,rice,pasta,potatoes,fruit,milk and yoghourt.In a normal digestive process,sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to you body's muscle and fat cells.However,sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas.Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter.The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body.When this process is functioning properly,sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access at the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells.In this manner,the body is able to regulate the concentration of sugar in the bloodstream.Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes.Sugar enters the bloodstream,but one of two things happens.Either the pancreas does not produce a sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that body is producing.In both cases,the result is the same.Cell doors remain closed causing sugar to   get backed up in the bloodstream.As a result,blood sugar levels rise.This creates several problems.Because sugars are not able to enter your body cells,your body is not getting the fuel it needs.As a result,you may feel tired or fatigued.Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells.This can may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty.Most importantly,overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs connected to the bloodstream such as your eyes,kidneys,nerves and heart.If not controlled properly,diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness,amputation,kidney failure,heart attack and stroke.

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insulin胰岛素
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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary,but don't panic.People with diabetes can live long healthy lives.Sure,let's go over some basics.This is diabetes,made simple.When we eat,food travels to the stomach.Food is made up of three basic nutrients:carbohydrates,proteins and fats.During digestion,carbohydrates are broken down into sugar,otherwise known as glucose.Here is a quick fact.Carbohydrates include foods such as bread,rice,pasta,potatoes,fruit,milk and yoghourt.In a normal digestive process,sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to you body's muscle and fat cells.However,sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas.Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter.The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body.When this process is functioning properly,sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access at the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells.In this manner,the body is able to regulate the concentration of sugar in the bloodstream.Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes.Sugar enters the bloodstream,but one of two things happens.Either the pancreas does not produce a sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that body is producing.In both cases,the result is the same.Cell doors remain closed causing sugar to   get backed up in the bloodstream.As a result,blood sugar levels rise.This creates several problems.Because sugars are not able to enter your body cells,your body is not getting the fuel it needs.As a result,you may feel tired or fatigued.Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells.This can may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty.Most importantly,overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs connected to the bloodstream such as your eyes,kidneys,nerves and heart.If not controlled properly,diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness,amputation,kidney failure,heart attack and stroke.
本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-11-8 09:41 编辑 On ciw

Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is diabetes, made simple.

When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients--carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.
Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of you cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage/ to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart-attack and stroke.

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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary. But don't panic. People with diabetes can live long ,healthy lives. Sure. Let's go over some basics.
This is diabetes made simple.
When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made up of three basic nutrients: carbon-hydrates, protains and fats. During digestion, carbon-hydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise is known as glucose. Here's a quick fact. Carbon-hydrate includes food such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt.
In a normal digesting process, sugar travels from the stomach, through the blood stream, to your body's muscle and fats cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hermone called insulin, which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin acts like a key, unlocking the doors to the muscle and fats cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the blood stream from the stomach is able to access the blood stream at the muscle and fats cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of sugar in the blood stream.
Now, let's see what happens in a person with diabetes.
Sugar entres the blood stream. But one of the two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce sufficiant quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the blood stream or the body cells do not respond to the insulin the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up to the blood stream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise.
These create several problems. Because sugars are not able to enter your body cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the body stream by pulling fluid out of your cells. This may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damages to the vital organs connected to the blood stream such as your eyes, kidneys, nevers and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can lead to serious complications, such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke.

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[Homework]2011-11-06&11-12 图说糖尿病 (1/2)

Finding out you have diabetes can be scary.But don't panic. People with that diabetes can live long ,healthy lives.Sure,let's go over some basics.This is diabetes,made simple.When we eat ,food travels through the stomach. Food is made of 3 basic nutrients----carbohydrates, proteins and fats.During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar,otherwise known as glucose. Here's a quick fact.Carbohydrates include foods such as bread ,rice ,pasta ,potatoes ,fruit ,milk and yogurt.
In a normal digestive process,sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your bodies muscle and fat cells. However,sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas.
Insulin acts like a key ,unlocking the doors, the muscle and fat cells allow the sugar to enter.The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body.When this process is functioning properly ,sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells.In this manner,the body is able to regulate the  concentration of sugar in the bloodstream.
Now let's see what  happens in a person with diabetes.Sugar enter the bloodstream,but one of two things happens.Either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantities of insulin to match the sugar to enter the bloodstream or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that body is producing.In both cases the result is the same.Cell doors remain closed,causing sugar to get backed up the bloodstream .As a result blood sugar levels rise.
This creates several problems.Because sugar is not able to enter your body cells ,your body is not getting the fuel you needs.As a result you may feel tired or fatigued.Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells.This can may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty.Most importantly,overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs connected to the bloodstream such as your eyes,kidneys, nerves and heart.If not control properly,diabetes can make serious complications such as blindness,amputation,kidney failure ,heart attack and stroke.

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Finding out you have a diabetes can be scary.But don't be panic.People with diabetes can live a long healthy lifes.Really? Sure.Let's go for some bases. This is diabetes,make  simple,when we eat,food travels in stomach,food is made of three bases materials:carbohydrates\ proteins and fats.During digestion,carbohydrates can broke down into sugar,otherwise **** .Here is a quick fact:carbohydrates include foods such as bread \rice\potatoes\fruit\milk and yoga.In a normal digest process, sugar travels from the stomach,through the blood stream to your body's muscle and fat cells.However,sugar can't entre the  cells without the help of a special homo called *** which is produced by the pancreas.*** acts like a key unlocking the doors of the muscles cells and allow the sugar to enter.Besides,the sugar is sure to provide energy for the body.When this process is function properly,sugar enter in the blood from stomach is able ****** .In this mannar,the body is able to regular the blood sugar .Now let's see what happens in a people with diabetes,sugar enter in the blood streams, but one of two things happen:either the pancreas does not produce ,or the body cells **** the body is produce,in both cases,the results would be the same,cell doors remain closed, sugar get back to the blood stream, as a result,blood sugar level is rise.this creates several problems,because sugar is not able to enter your body cells,your body is not get the  as needs,as a result, you may feel tired or fatigued,your body may try to  dilute the

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finding you have diabetes can be scary ,please dont panic,people with diabetes can live long how they lives ,sure lets go for basics,this is diabetes ,make the example,  when we eat,food travels with  stomach ,food is  made to three basic nutrients ,carbonhydrates, proteins ,fats ,during digestion ,carbonhydrates is broken down to sugar, other way is gulocos here is quick fact.carbonhydrates include foods is such as bread , rice,pusto ,potatos ,fruit ,milk and nilg - .in the normal digest  process  ,sugar travels from the stomach to the blood stream ,to your body musulse fats cells ,however ,sugar cant entry this cells without the help the special hormone called insulin which is  produced by the  pencreas. insulin acts  like a key unlocking the doors- the musles fats cells and allow the sugar to enter ,the cells then use the sugar as feul to provide the energy for the body. when the process functioning properly ,sugar entering  the stream from the stomach is able to metabolism in mesuls 'fats cells  in this manner  the body is able to regulate concentration the sugar to the blood stream ,now let s view what happens with the person as diabietes ,sugar erters the blood stream ,but one  of two things happens,even the pancreas not produce sufficient  quality insulin to match sugar enter the bloodstream,or the body cells  respond to isulin to body is producing. in both case ,the result is the same.cell doors remains closed ,causing the sugar to get back to the bloodstream ,as a result ,blood sugar level is rise.this creats several problems ,because the sugar not enter your body cells,your body isnot getting the feul it needs , as a result ,you may feel tired and fatigued,your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in bloodstream by pulling fluid of your cells,this can may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty.most importantly ,over time  exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs  connectted to the bloodstream ,such as your eyes kidney nevers and heart ,if it  not control properly ,diabetes can make the serious complications such as blandness ,kidney failure ,heart attact ,stroke.

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Finding out you have diabetes can be scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live
long, healthy lives. Sure, let's go * some basics. This is diabetes, made simple.When we
eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients--carbohydrates,
proteins and fats. During *, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose. Here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta,
potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a normal digestive process, sugar travels from the
stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called * which is produced by the pancreas. * acts like a key unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allowing
the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body.
When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to access the bloodstream at the muscle and fat cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in the bloodstream.Now let's see what happens in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce *I quantity of * to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the *that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar ***. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to **** sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of you cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damaged to vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart-attack and stroke.

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Finding out you have diabetes can be scarey. But don’t panic. People with diabetes can live long and heathy lives. Sure, let’s go over some basics. This is diabetes. Made simple. When we eat, food travels to the stomach, food is made up of three basic nutrients-- carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During that digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar. Otherwise as known as glucose, here is the quick fact, carbohydrates include food such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, fruits, milk and yoghourt. In the normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach through the blood stream to your body’s muscle and fat cells. However sugar can’t enter the cells without the special help by hormane called inselin, which is produced by the pancreas. Inselin acts like a key unlocking the doors of muscles and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the blood stream froom stomach is able to exit at the muscle and fat cells. In the manner, the body’s able to regulate the concentration of the sugar and the blood stream.

Now let’s see what happens to a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream. But one of two things happens, either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of inselin to match the sugar entering into the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the inselin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remained closed causing the sugar to get backed up in  the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates
several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body’s cells. Your body is not getting the fuel that it needs. As a result, you may feel tired and fatigued. You body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the blood stream by pulling flow out of cells. This can be feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high sugar levels can cause damage to the vital organs through bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. if not control properly. Diabetes can result serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke.
Finding out you have diabetes can be scarey. But don’t panic. People with diabetes can live long and heathy lives. Sure, let’s go over some basics. This is diabetes. Made simple. When we eat, food travels to the stomach, food is made up of three basic nutrients-- carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During that digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar. Otherwise as known as glucose, here is the quick fact, carbohydrates include food such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, fruits, milk and yoghourt. In the normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach through the blood stream to your body’s muscle and fat cells. However sugar can’t enter the cells without the special help by hormane called inselin, which is produced by the pancreas. Inselin acts like a key unlocking the doors of muscles and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the blood stream froom stomach is able to exit at the muscle and fat cells. In the manner, the body’s able to regulate the concentration of the sugar and the blood stream.

Now let’s see what happens to a person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream. But one of two things happens, either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of inselin to match the sugar entering into the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the inselin that the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remained closed causing the sugar to get backed up in  the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar levels rise. This creates
several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body’s cells. Your body is not getting the fuel that it needs. As a result, you may feel tired and fatigued. You body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the blood stream by pulling flow out of cells. This can be feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high sugar levels can cause damage to the vital organs connected to the bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. if not control properly. Diabetes can lead to serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke.
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[Homework]2011-11-06&11-12 图说糖尿病 (1/2)

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finding out you have diabetes can be scarey but don't be panic. people with diabetes can live long and healthy lifes. sure, let's go for some basics. this is diabetes. made simple, when we eat food travels to the stomach. food is made of 3 basics of nutritions:carbohydrates, proteins and fats. during digestion. carbohydrates broken down into sugar. otherwise,it's  here's a quick fact. carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruits, milk and yugurt. in the normal digest process. sugar travels from the stomach to the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. however, sugar cant enter the cells without the special heomo called in  which is  produced by the pancreas. insilin acts like a key unlock in the doors the fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. the cells the use the sugar as flue to provide the energe for the body. when this process is function properly, sugar enter in the bloodtream from the stomach is able to acess. in this manner, the body is consolated .now let's see what happens to a person with diabetes sugar enter as a result,

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今天时间来不及了,没写完,老师先不用改我的,明天接着写,谢谢了
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