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  1. Sugar Eater

  2. From a practical standpoint, there are two types of diabetes mellitus: Type I - where the pancreas secretes no insulin, and Type II where there is insulin resistance. However, there are other types of diabetes. These other types of diabetes are always indicated by qualifying terms. Whereas, diabetes mellitus (Latin for sweet) is most of the time referred to as just "diabetes" without the qualifier.

  3. Qualifying terms for other types of diabetes: • Diabetes Insipidus - ("lacks flavor") is a relatively rare chronic disease characterized by the excretion of large quantities of dilute urine but free from sugar and other abnormal constituents. The pituitary gland fails to produce the hormone vasopressin which regulates reabsorption of water from the kidneys. • Renal Diabetes is a benign form of glucosuria due to a low-sugar threshold in the kidneys. Blood glucose levels are normal but the kidney fails to reabsorb the normal amount of glucose back into the blood. Glucose above the threshold is excreted in the urine. • .gestation diabetes (diabetes of pregnancy)

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  5. Without insulin, cells in the liver, muscle, and fat have a difficult time vacuuming up glucose from the blood. These tissues are capable to vacuuming up only a small percentage (5-10%) of the glucose in circulation without the help of insulin. When insulin is present, the amount of glucose that can be transported into tissues significantly increases, allowing tissues to be properly fed, and keeping blood glucose concentrations in the normal range. 

  6. WHAT IS DIABETES: The term diabetes comes from the Greek word meaning "siphon" or "run through". In medicine, it signifies the excretion of an excessive urine volume. It is characterized by the polytriad: excessive urination, excessive thirst,and excessive hunger. Diabetes is the name of a group of chronic symptoms that affect the way the body uses food to make the energy necessary for life. Primarily, diabetes is a disruption of carbohydrate (sugar and starch) metabolism that also affects how the body metabolise fats and proteins.

  7. Regardless of your form of diabetes, metabolic control under your physician's care is essential for you to get well, instead of just managing your diabetes under your physician's care using DRUGS.

  8. Here is whymetabolic controlis important regardless of thetype of Diabetes you have.

  9. All cellshave one thing in Common. They need oxygen and food to order to METABOLISE. Stem cell Sperm cell Muscle cell Nerve cell Epithelial cell Fat cell Cell life processes depends on metabolism. These life processes include digestion (the break down of food for nourishment), assimilation, and excretion of the food residue, respiration (taking in of oxygen; its utilization in the tissues and the giving off of carbon dioxide), synthesis and degradation of materials, movement, and the response to stimuli. The impairment of any of these cell activities, whether by trauma, infection, tumours, degeneration, or congenial defects, is the basis of a disorder or disease process.

  10. Food metabolic process begins in the Digestive system: mouth (teeth, tongue); salivary glands (sublingual gland & duct, submandibular gland & duct, Parotid gland & duct); oesophagus or gullet; stomach; pancreas; colon; small intestine; liver; gallbladder and anus. Therefore, our Digestive System needs to work properly in order for us to receive targeteddelivery of nutrition From the foods we eat on a daily basis.

  11. Poor digestion leads to lownutrient absorption; low nutrient absorption is a metabolic problem that leads toorgandysfunction, which in turn leads to systemimbalance and other serious complications.

  12. The fundamental cause of diabetes mellitus type 2 The fundamental cause of diabetes mellitus is not a low level or complete lack of the hormone insulin from the pancreas. This is just a one of the key factors that is involve in the process of the disease. The underlining cause of Diabetes mellitus type 1 will be explained at a later date, but type 2 is caused by dietary fat overload (especially from animal saturated fatty acids and unused sugar converted into fats), which leads to insulin resistance and Free Radical proliferation.

  13. What is insulin resistance? Insulin resistance is a condition in which multiple tissues in the human body become resistant to the effects of insulin. Simply stated, insulin resistance occurs when tissues become “dumb” to insulin. As a result of insulin resistance, the pancreas is forced to secrete increasing amounts of insulin, resulting in a condition known as hyperinsulinemia.

  14. Insulin resistance is caused by lipid overload, resulting from either a high fat diet or insufficient fat and sugar “burning” through movement.

  15. ETYMOLOGY To understand how dietary Fat Overload cause insulin resistance, which in turn leads to diabetes mellitus let us look at the etymology of the word Saturation, and the chemical composition of FAT and Radicals. This means we are going to do a bit of Chemistry in order to understand WHAT IS FAT. Now the word Saturation comes from the Latin word saturare, meaning to fill. The word carries with it six different meanings, all based on reaching a maximum capacity.

  16. For example in environmental soil science, nitrogen saturation means that an ecosystem, such as a soil, cannot store any more nitrogen. So, in biochemistry, saturation denotes the degree of which a protein binding site is fully occupied at any given time. In the case of diabetes the transporter protein site is occupied by saturated fats.

  17. Since all fats have a glycerol in common, the fatty acids are where the action is: difference in fatty acids structure relate to difference in performance, and impact on human health. Form affects function. In other words, the chemical make up of a fat molecule will affect the function of the body in a positive way or a negative way (Chemistry is form & Biology is function).

  18. Saturated fatty acids are the most potent influencers of insulin resistance Saturated fatty acids are derived mainly from animal sources, and have direct negative effects on the muscle and liver. If you visit almost any laboratory on the planet that studies insulin resistance in animals or in humans and you’ll notice one simple technique that achieves insulin resistance in a repeatable fashion – eating a diet high in fat. Not carbohydrates. In some studies, researchers use a diet high in fat and high in sucrose (table sugar), to ensure that both the muscle and the liver become extremely insulin resistant.

  19. Here is what I have learnt When excess fat accumulates in the muscle and liver tissue, the ability of glucose to enter both tissues is significantly compromised. In one paper written about the effect of saturated fatty acids on tissue function, the authors state the following: "An over accumulation of unoxidized long-chain fatty acids can saturate the storage capacity of adipose tissue, resulting in a lipid ‘spill over’ to non-adipose tissues, such as the liver, muscle, heart, and pancreatic-islets. Under these circumstances, such ectopic lipid deposition can have deleterious effects. The excess lipids are driven into alternative non-oxidative pathways, which result in the formation of reactive lipid moieties that promote metabolically relevant cellular dysfunction (lipotoxicity) and programmed cell-death (lipoapoptosis)."

  20. Another research paper had this to say: "Elevated free fatty acid levels (due to obesity or to high-fat feeding) cause insulin resistance in skeletal muscle and liver, which contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and produce low-grade inflammation, which contributes to the development of atherosclerotic vascular diseases and NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease).“ From a top-down view, a high fat diet induces insulin resistance in the following way:

  21. Diabetic Complications