Emerging Diabetes Diagnosis and Metabolic Pathways

Diabetes mellitus (DM), generally known as diabetes is a metabolic diseased condition where the blood glucose levels are high (BGL) / high blood sugar, over a persistent period of time. Insulin is the hormone that helps in the passing of glucose to the cells to provide energy. Diabetes occurs when either the pancreas does not create enough insulin or when the cells of the body do not respond appropriately to the insulin produced. There are three fundamental types of DM that include Type I Diabetes mellitusType II Diabetes mellitus and Gestational diabetes. Type I DM occurs because of the pancreas inability to synthesis enough insulin and is also termed as insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) or in other words juvenile diabetes. Through insulin resistance, a condition in which cells resist to react to insulin properly, type II DM can been observed. As the illness advances an absence of insulin may likewise develop and is also termed as non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus"(NIDDM). Gestational diabetes is the third mode of DM and happens when pregnant women without an earlier history of diabetes tend to show high glucose levels. In order to overcome these complexities, diabetes nutrition is a crucial option and paves way for the mitigation of DM.

  • Glycogenesis
  • Glycogenolysis
  • Blood sugar levels and monitoring.
  • Type I Diabetes mellitus
  • Type II Diabetes mellitus
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Bariatric Surgery (Weight loss surgery)
  • Hyperosmolar nonketotic conditions
  • Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults (LADA)

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