Know about Insulin

Know about Insulin

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Know about Insulin
Posted on 23rd September 2015
What is Insulin? Our body requires Sugar to function our body activities..similar to fuel in your Car or two wheeler. i.e. Petrol
How will U get Sugar?
With our food... contains all nutrients requires to our body they are calcium, iron etcc. Our blood will act as transport to supply needed to different parts i.e. bones, blood, brain etc...
Insulin ::a hormone produced in the pancreas by the islets of Langerhans, which regulates the amount of glucose in the blood. The lack of insulin causes a form of diabetes.
Our body is designed by the God to convert all nutrients from our Food which contains nutrients. Our body cannot use the food as it is we take..It separate all and supply to the needed parts through Blood.
Insulin is a hormone; a chemical messenger produced in one part of the body to have an action on another. It is a protein responsible for regulating blood glucose levels as part of metabolism.1
The body manufactures insulin in the pancreas, and the hormone is secreted by its beta cells, primarily in response to glucose.1
The beta cells of the pancreas are perfectly designed "fuel sensors" stimulated by glucose.2
As glucose levels rise in the plasma of the blood, uptake and metabolism by the pancreas beta cells are enhanced, leading to insulin secretion.1
Insulin has two modes of action on the body - an excitatory one and an inhibitory one:3
Insulin stimulates glucose uptake and lipid synthesis
It inhibits the breakdown of lipids, proteins and glycogen, and inhibits the glucose pathway (gluconeogenesis) and production of ketone bodies (ketogenesis).
See my article for more details about Pancreas and its functions

My advise
1....  .Low-carb diets have been shown to increase insulin sensitivity and reduce insulin levels in people with obesity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and PCOS.
2...  Vinegar may help prevent high insulin levels after you consume meals or foods high in carbs.
3...  Reducing calorie intake by portion control or counting calories can lead to lower insulin levels in overweight and obese people with type 2 diabetes or metabolic syndrome.
4.... A high intake of sugar in any form has been shown to increase insulin levels and promote insulin resistance.
5.... Aerobic exercise, strength training or a combination of both may help increase insulin sensitivity and lower your levels.
6...  Some studies have found that adding cinnamon to foods or beverages lowers insulin levels and increases insulin sensitivity.
7...  Replacing refined carbs, which are digested and absorbed quickly, with slower-digesting whole foods may help lower insulin levels.
8...  Avoiding prolonged sitting and increasing the amount of time you spend walking or doing other moderate activities can reduce insulin levels.
9...  Soluble fiber, especially from whole foods, has been shown to increase insulin sensitivity and lower insulin levels, particularly in people with obesity or type 2 diabetes.
10... Follow healthy habits, healthy food etc.....
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