Very Import : Diabetes Mellitus – Type I vs Type II


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  • Certain cells always receive glucose, regardless of insulin (brain, red blood cells, intestinal epithelial cells, cornea, kidney, liver cells); these cells have GLUT1/2 receptors.  However, both muscle and adipose cells need insulin to bind in order for glucose entry.  Insulin binding to these cells increase the production of GLUT4 which increases glucose entry.

  • When you have Type 1 diabetes, It is possible to radically reduce or even completely remove your dependence on insulin