Track 08: Nutrition and Diabetes

A vigorous diet is vital for overall health and well-being, for maintenance of normal growth, development and ageing and for maintenance of a healthy body weight. It also diminishes the risk of diseases leading to overall build-up of healthy individual.

An excessive diet can source k which in turn leads to diseases such as blindness, scurvy, preterm birth, stillbirth and anemia. A morbid diet can also cause nutrient excess foremost to conditions such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and osteoporosis.

Glucose present in the blood attained from consumed food is the key source of energy. Insulin released by pancreas benefits in absorption of glucose from into the cells to produce energy required to carry out cell processes and functions. Insufficient production or no production of insulin by pancreas can lead to an abnormal increase in blood glucose levels, a condition known as diabetes.


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