Type 2 diabetes means your pancreas’ ability to produce insulin is hampered in one of two ways. Either it doesn’t produce any insulin or the body’s cells don’t react to insulin it does produce, otherwise known as insulin resistance. This wouldn’t pose health risks were it not for the role that insulin plays in regulating blood sugar, the main type of sugar found in blood.
Blood sugar is not inherently bad – it is an important source of energy and provides nutrients to the body.
But having consistently high blood sugar levels damages your blood vessels, making it harder for blood to flow around your body.
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