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Finding out you have a diabetes is scary, but don't panic. People with diabetes can live long with healthy lives. Sure, let's go over some basic. This is diabetes, made simple. When we eat, food travel our stomachs. Food is made of three basic netriants, carbohydrates, proteints and fats. During digestion, carbohydrates are broken down into sugar, otherwise known as glucose.

Here is quick fact. Carbohydrates includes food, such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, fruit, milk, and yoge. In the normal digestion process, sugar trave through stomach, through bloodstream to your body muscles and fat cells, however sugar can't enter your cells without help of a special harmone called insuline which is produced by pancreas.

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

Now let's see what happens to the person with diabetes. Sugar enters the bloodstream, but what if two things happen. Ether the pancreas does not produce sufficient good quality insuline to match sugar to enter the bloodstream, or the body cells do not respond to insuline that the body is producing.  In both cases, the result is the same. Cell doors remain closed, causing sugar to get backed up to the bloodstream. The result is that blood sugar is red. This creats several problems. Because sugar is not able to enter the body cells, your body is not getting the fuel it needs. as a result, you may be tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar into bloodstream, by pulling fluid out of your cells. This can make you feel dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure of high blood level can cause to damage to vital organs connected to bloodstream, such as your eyes, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not controlled properly, diatetes can lead to seriously  complications such as lindenss, 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 3 basic nutrients:carbohydrates,proteins and fats,during digesting, carbohydrate are broken down into the sugar,other way as glucose.here is the quick fact,carbohydrates includes foods,such as bread ,rice,pasta,potatos,fruit,milk and yogurt. in the normal digesting process,sugar travels from the stomach thought the blood streams,to the 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,inslin acts like a key,unlocking the doors to the muscle and fat cells and allow the sugar to enter.the cells then use the sugar as fuel to proveide energy to the body,when this process function properly,sugar entering the blood streams from the stomach is able to access the blood streams at the muscles and fat cells. in this manner,the body is able to reguate the concentraion of suagr in blood stream.now let's see what happens in the person with diabetes. sugar enters the blood steam,the one of two things happens,either the pancreas does not produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the blood stream,or the body cells do not respond to the insulin that the body is producing,in both cases the resluts are the same,cells or the ****closed causing sugar to get ****in the blood stream,as a result,blood sugar levels rise.this creats several problems,beacuse sugars are not able to enter the body cells,your body is not getting the fuel it needs,as a result ,you may feel tired and fatigued,your body may try to ****the extra sugar in the blood streams by pulling fluid out of your cells,this can be feeling dehydrated and thirsty.most importantly,overtime exposure to high blood sugar levels can damages to vital organs connected to the blood steams 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 be panic, people with diabetes can live long, healthy lifes. Sure, let's go over some basics. This is disbetes, 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 as known as glucose. Here is the quick fact, carbohydrates include food such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, friut, milk and yoghurt. In a normal digest process. Sugur travels trough the stomach thring the blood stream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However sugur can not enter the cells without hlep a special hormone called insulin, which is produced by pancreas, insulin acts like a key, unlocking the doors the muscle and fats cells, and allowing the sugar to enter. The cell than use the sugur as fuel to provide energy for the body. When this process functioning properly, sugar entering the blood stream from the stomach, is able to exit blood stream for the muscle and fats cells. In this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of sugar and blood stream. Now let's look at a person with diabetes, sugar enters the blood stream, the one of two things happens. Either pancreas doesn't produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the blood entering blood stream, or the body cells don't respond to the insulin the body is producing. In both cases, the result is the same, cell door's main closed,causing sugar to get back in blood stream. As result, bood sugar level rises. This creates several problems, because sugars are not able to enter your body cells, you body is not get fuel you needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the excess sugar and blood stream by pulling fluid out of your cells. This can only feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high blood sugar level can cause damage to vital organ connect to the bloods stream. such as your eye, kidnys, nerves and heart. if not control properly, diabete can be seriously complication, such as blindness, amputaion, kindny failure, and heart attack and stroke.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-11-06&11-12 图说糖尿病 (1/2)

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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 as known as glucose.
Here is quick fact, carbohydrate includes food such as bread, rice, pasta, potatos, fruid, milk and yoghourt. Ih the normal digestive process, sugar thravels from the stomach through the blood stream to your body's mucle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter the cells without the help of special hormone called insulin, which is produced by the 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 sugar as feul to  provide  energy for the body. When the process function properly, sugar entering the blood stream from the stomach is able to exit the blood stream and enter the muslel and  fat 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 enters the blood stream, one of two things happens, either the pancreas doesn't produce sufficient quantity of insulin to match the sugar entering the blood stream, 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 back up to  blood stream. As a result, blood sugar level rise. This creates several problems, because sugar is not able to enter your body cells. Your body is not getting the fuel as needs. As result, you may feel tired or fatigue. Your body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the blood stream, pulling fluid out of your cell. This can be feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most importantly, overtime exposure to high  blood sugar levels can cause damage to vital organs connecting to the blood stream, such as your eye, kidneys, nerves and heart. If not control properly, diabetes can lead serious complications, such as blindness, amputation, kidney falure ,heart attack and strock.



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

finding you have diabetes can be scary. but dont be panic, peoples with diabetes can live long healthy life. sure, let's go over some basics. this is diabetes. make it simple, when we eat, food travel to the stomach, food is made of three basic nutrition. carbohydrates, proteins and fats. during digestion, Carbohydrates are broken down into sugar otherwise none as gookles. here is a quick fact, carbohydrates includes foods such as bread, rice, paste, potatos, food, milk and yogurt. in a normal digestion process, food travels from the stomach through the brood stream to your body's muscle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of special harmond called insulant which is produced by the pangrils. insulant acts like a key unlocking the door of muscle and fat cells allowing the sugar to enter. the cells then use the sugar as fuel to provide energy for the body. when thisprocess function properly, sugar entering the brood stream from stomach is able to exit to brood stream at the muscle and fat cells. in this manner, the body is able to regulate the concentration of the brood stream. now let's see what happens to a person with diabetes. Sugar entering the brood stream but one of the two things happens. either the pancrease does not  produce sufficient quality of insulant to match the sugar entering the brood stream, or the body cell does not respond to the insulant the body is producing. in both cases the result is the same. cell doors remain closed causing the sugar to get back the brood streams. as a result brood sugar level rises. this create several problems, because sugars can't enter your body cell, you body doesnot get the fuel you need. as a result, you may feel tired or fatigue. you body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the brood stream by pulling food out of yourselves. you may feel dehydrated or thirsty. most importantly, over time exposure to high brood sugar levels can cause damage tovital  organs conneted to the brood stream such as you eyes, kidney, nerves, and heart. if not controlled properly, diabetes can make the serious complications. such as blindness,  enpitation, kidney failure, heart attack and stroke.
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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.

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[Homework]【整理】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 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 include foods such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, fruit, milk and yogo. In a normal digest process, sugar travels from the stomach, through the bloodstream, to your body's mussle and fat cells. However, sugar can't enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin, which is produced by pancreas. Insulin acts like a key, unlocking the doors to the mussle and fat cells and allowing the sugar to enter. 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 mussle 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 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 remain closed, causing sugar to get back 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 that it needs. As a result, you may feel tired or fatigued. Your body may try to dilute the extra sugar in the bloodstream by pulling fluid out of your cells. This can maybe feeling dehydrated and thirsty. Most impotantly, 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, amputaton, 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 ,health lives.sure,lets 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 to sugar,otherwise is not glucose.
here is the quick fact,carbohydrates include foods such as: bread rices pasta potatoes fruit milk and yogurt.in the normal digestive process,sugar travels from the stomach,through the bloodstream,to your body's muscle and fat cells.however,sugar cannot enter these cells without the help of a special hormone called insulin which is produced by the pancreas.
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