Sunday, September 19, 2010

Does Eating Sugar Cause Diabetes?

According to Dr. Kristie Leong, "Type 2 diabetes is a growing problem in this country – fueled by a poor diet, lack of exercise, and the ever expanding rate of obesity. For obvious reasons, most people would like to prevent this disease and its many complications. Since blood sugars are high in people with diabetes, it’s natural to assume that sugar is the “bad guy”. Does eating too much sugar cause diabetes?

Can Eating Sugar Cause Diabetes: The Two Types of Diabetes

There are two types of diabetes, and each has a different cause. In type 1 diabetes, insulin-producing cells in the pancreas are destroyed. Since insulin escorts glucose into cells, the resulting lack of insulin causes glucose levels to rise in the bloodstream.
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The Ancient Digger said...

I need to take notice of this, as I tend to eat a bit too much sugar and I need to lose weight as well.

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