Diabetes is a disease in which the body does not properly produce, use or break down insulin, a vital hormone that converts sugars from food and maintains daily metabolism. Dr. Lisa describes how diabetes affects metabolism
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And if you don't know Diabetes, you know it does a lot of things with our Metabolic system but basically what happens is, as you were talking about the Blood-Sugar gets too high and Insulin that your body produces is what it helps to bring that sugar back into cells, so that can used and not stay in the blood and there are special cells in the Pancreas that help produce Insulin and that's what's really important, if they get affected somehow, we're not sure why exactly diabetes happens, in some instances that can be genetic, some instances they can be in immune thing that goes on. There's is Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Type 1 is usually in kids, Type 2 is usually in adult onset, either non-obese or obese but there's different factor that go into that. And if you don't know Diabetes, you know it does a lot of things with our Metabolic system but basically what happens is, as you were talking about the Blood-Sugar gets too high and Insulin that your body produces is what it helps to bring that sugar back into cells, so that can used and not stay in the blood and there are special cells in the Pancreas that help produce Insulin and that's what's really important, if they get affected somehow, we're not sure why exactly diabetes happens, in some instances that can be genetic, some instances they can be in immune thing that goes on. There's is Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Type 1 is usually in kids, Type 2 is usually in adult onset, either non-obese or obese but there's different factor that go into that.

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