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Finding out you have a diabetes can be scary, but don't be panic. People with diabetes  can live long healthy.
(Really?)Sure, let's go over some basics.
This is diabetes. MADE SIMPLE.when we eat, food travels the stomach. Food is made of three basic nutrients:carbohydrates, proteins and fats.During digestion , carbohydrates are broken down into sugar ,otherwise is glucose.
Here is quick fact! Carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, poster, potatoes, fruits, milk and yogurt.
In a normal digestion process, sugar travels from the stomach through the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can not enter cells without the help of special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas. Insulin act like a key, unlocking doors the muscle fat cells, allowing sugar to enter.
But cells XX the sugar as a fuel to provide energy to the body. When this process function properly,sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to exlit muscle and fat cells.In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the sugar in bloodstream.
Now let's see what happens in a person with a diabetes. Sugar enter the bloodstream, but one or two things happens, either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quality of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream.Or the body cells do not response to the insulin the body produce.
In both cases, the results are same. Seldom were remain closed causing sugar to get back in bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar level rise . This create several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body itself. Your body is now getting fewer needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued, your body may try dilute the excess in the bloodstream by pulling flood out of it yourselves.This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damages to fatal organs connective to bloodstream such as your eyes, kidney, nervous, heart.. If it is not control properly, there will be serious complications: blinding ,amputation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke,.

[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 diabetes can live long , healthy lives . Sure , let's go over some basics .This is diabetes , make simple . When we eat , food travels through the stomach ,food is made up of three basic nutrients : carbohysrates , proteins , and fats . During degestion , carbohydrates are broken down into sugar , otherwise is known as glucose . Here is a quick fat , carbohydrates includes foods , such as bread , rice , pasta , potatoes ,fruit , milk and yogurt . In the normal degest 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 produced by the pancreas . Insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors to muscling fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter .But the cells then use the sugar as fuels to provide energy for the body . When this process's functioning properly , sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to exit the bloodstream at the muscling 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 the persons  with diabetes . Sugars enters the bloodstreams , but one of two things happens . Either the pancreats does not produce the sufficient quality of insulin to match the sugar  entering the bloodstream or the body cells did 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 back up in the bloodstream . As a result , blood sugar levels rise . These creats several problems , because sugar is 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 be feeling dehydrated and thirsty . Most importantly , overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital orgens conected to the bloodstream , such as your eyes ,kidneys , nerves and heart . If not control properly , diabete can be seriously complications , such as blindness , amputation , kidney failurs , heart attack and stroke .

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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 diabetes can live long, healthy lives. Sure. Let’s go for some basics. This is diabetes, made simple. When we eat, food travels to the stomach. Food is made up of three kinds of basic nutrients: carbohydrates, proteins and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, other way is known as glucose. Here’s a quick fact. Carbohydrates include foods, such as bread, rice, paste, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a 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 in 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 stomach is able to accelerate 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 the 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 of body is producing. In both cases the result is the same. Cells’ doors remain closed, causing sugar to get back into the bloodstream. As a result, blood sugar’s levels rise. This creates several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter your body cells, your body is not getting the fuel at needs. As a result, you may feel tired and fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the bloodstream by pulling flood out of your cells. This can maybe feel in 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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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 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 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 of 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 create 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 your cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can 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 stoke.
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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 sugars, other way known as glucoses. Here is the quick fact. Carbohydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, 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 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 in the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. The cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy to the body. When this process is functioning properly, sugar entering the bloodstream from the stomach is able to exit 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 the two things happens, either the pancreas dose not producing as 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. Cells reserves 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 make you feel 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, kindeys, 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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[Homework]2011-11-06&11-12 图说糖尿病 (1/2)

finding out that you have diabeties can be scared,but don't panic, people have diabeties will live long heathy lifes. sure, let go over some basics.
this is diabetes. made simple, when we eat, food travels to your stomach.food is made of three nutritions—carbohydrates, proteins and fats, during digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, other way is to known is glucose, here is a quick fact, carbohydrates include food, such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk, yogort. in the normal digestive process, sugar travels from the stomach to the bloodstream to your body's muscle and fat cells, however sugar can't enter this cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by pancreas. insulin acts like a key unlocking the doors of the muscle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter, the cells then use the suger as fuel to provide the energy to your 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 concertration of 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 produces 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. the both cases the result is the same, cell doors is remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up in the bloodstream. as a result, blood suger levels is rise.
this create several problems. because suger is not able to enter your body's cells, your body is bot getting the fuel it needs, as a result, your may feel tired or fatigued, your body may try to dillute the excess sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your 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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[Homework]2011-11-06&11-12 图说糖尿病 (1/2)

Finding out the Diabetes could be scared,but dong't panic.People will still have long ,healthy lives.Sure,lets go to leason serious.This is Diabetes.Make it simple,when we eat,foods troubles in stomak.Foods is made by 3 basic things:Carbohydrates,Energy and Protein.During dygestion,Carbohydrates will broken down into suger,otherwise ,here is a quick fact. Carbohydrates including foods,such as bread,rice,pastar,potatos,food,milk and hyoger,In the nomal dygest prosess,sugerstruble troufrom your stomak to the blood stream to your body's musel and fatsels.However,as the suger can't enter the sels without the special called Herlmaon,which is produced by the panquares.Inselens act like a key,unlock the doors of muscle and fansel,and then let the suger to enter.The suger was to provid energy to the body.When
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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.  Mades 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's a quick fact.  Carbohydrates includes 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 the 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 exit 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 doesn't not produce us sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to the inculin 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 creats severl problems.  Becuse 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 bloodstream by pouring fluid out of your cells.  This can maybe feeling dehydrated and thirsty.  Most importantly, overtime explosure 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 the serious complications such as blindness, amputation, kidey failure, heart attack and stroke.

[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 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 of 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 create 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 your cells. This can make you feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, over time exposure to high blood sugar levels can 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 stoke.       
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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 neutrients, carbonhydrates, proteins and fats. During digustion carbonhydrates will break down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose.

Here’s a quick fact. Carbonhydrates include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogurt. In a 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 these cells without the help of 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 concenstration of sugar in the bloodstream.

Now let’s see what happened in a person with diabetes. Sugar enters into the bloodstream, but one of two things happens. Either the pancreas does not produce suffient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the bloodstream, or the body’s 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. You body is not getting the fuel it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. You body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells. This can make you feel 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 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’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.




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

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Finding you have diabetes can be scarey but don't panic,People with diabetes can live long/ healthy lifes. sure, that go over some basics.
this is diabetes , make simple,when we eat, food travel to the stomach , food is made about 3 basic nutritions Carbohydrates, proteins and fats, during digestion carbohydrates are broke down into sugar other ways* is glukos.
here is a quick fact,Carbohydrates include foods , such as bread/rice/ p* potatos food/ milk and yoghourt . in the normal digestion process, surgar travels from the stomach through the blood stream to your bodys' muscle and fat cells, however, sugar can't enter this cells without the help of a speical Hormone called Insulin which is produced by the pancreas*, insulin *unlocking the doors the M* fat cells and allowing the surgar to enter , the cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. when this process functioning properly , sugar enterring the bloold stream from the stomach is able to act* the blood stream at the M* fat cells. in this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of sugar in the  blood stream.,
now that's see what happens if a person with diabetes.
Sugar enters the blood stream but one of the 2 things happens, either the P* didn't produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar enterring the blood stream or the bodycells do not respond to the insulin of the body is producing ,in both cases the result is the same, cells remain closed, causing sugar to get back up to the blood stream, as a result,blood sugar *, this creats several problems, because sugars are not able to enter your body cells , your body is not get the fuel its needs. As a result you may feel tried or fertigad*. your body may try to dilute the excess sugar in the blood stream but puring through out of yourself.
this can may be feeling dehydrated and thirsty, most importantly, overtime exposure the high blood sugar low can cause damage to vital organs connect to the blood stream, such as your eyes / kidneys / nervs and heart. if not control properly , diabetes can make the serious complications , such as blindness/ ampitation* / kidney failure /heart attack and stroke.

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