Diabetes and Obesity are interrelated. An unhealthy diet generally results in increased sugar, cholesterol and fat content in the blood stream. This generally leads to diabetes. During diabetes, our body may not properly use the insulin which may lead to high sugar level in the blood. In order to maintain proper blood sugar level, it is very essential to change our eating habits.
Being overweight places extra stress on your body in a variety of ways, including your body’s ability to maintain proper blood glucose levels. In fact, being overweight can cause your body to become resistant to insulin. If you already have diabetes, this means you will need to take even more insulin to get sugar into your cells. And if you don’t have diabetes, the prolonged effects of the insulin resistance can eventually cause you to develop the disease.
Related Journals of Diabetes and Obesity
Diabetic Complications and Medicine, Endocrinology & Diabetes Research, Clinical Diabetes & Practice, Diabetes Case Reports, Diabetes & Metabolism, Diabetic Medicine, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, Supplement, Diabetologia Croatica, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics.