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Diabetes happens when the body cannot absorb sugar (glucose) into its cells and use it for energy. It means the saturation point is reached. Any further sugar or extra sugar goes into the bloodstream. This results into diabetes. Poorly controlled diabetes can lead to serious consequences, causing damage to a wide range of body organs and tissues – including the heart, kidneys, eyes and nerves.

The process of digestion includes breaking down the food into various different nutrient sources. Eating bread, pasta, rice i.e. the carbohydrates break down into sugar i.e. glucose.  And when glucose is in the bloodstream, it needs insulin to neutralize the ill effects of excess sugar for turning into energy. Insulin is a hormone made by pancreas, an organ located behind the stomach. Pancreas releases insulin into bloodstream. 

Glucose provides the energy to tissues and organs for proper functioning.  Emergence of diabetes indicates that sufficient insulin is not produced by the pancreas and the excess sugar stays in bloodstream and blood glucose level rises.

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Mr Sanwar Mal Mishra

Mr. Sanwar Mishra is a published author. He writes on spirituality, management, health, solar and many more. 

His book “Beyond Vision” was published in 2004 by Minerva Press- London, New Delhi, Mumbai. ISBN: 81 7662 305 0. His earlier title “Technology of Life” was published by Authorhouse, USA. ISBN: 978-1-4520-83117 in 2010 and proved to be a more popular book abroad. His book “Stories and verses” was published in 2012. His recent book “Science of Spirituality” was published by Prakrit Bharati Academy in 2016. ISBN: 978 93 81571 69 9

Paper published on 24 January, 2018 on ATTITUDE- A Driving Force of Human Relations in International Journal of Research in Management.

Articles published in Productivity Journal of India, in Business Manager and so on.

Mr. Mishra is academically qualified with degrees in engineering from USA and India. He has worked with foreign governments of Iran, Libya, Zambia and Oman and as a Consultant to UNIDO.