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by Shanu Sweet (2019-07-19)

Type I diabetes is when the body fails to produce StrictionD Review insulin and will require the person to have insulin injection. This type of diabetes causes approximately 10% of diabetes mellitus cases in Europe and North America. The people who are mostly affected are those that are healthy and of a healthy weight. Type I diabetes is prevalent in children and is therefore called juvenile diabetes but it can also affect adults. Unfortunately, however, there is no preventive cure for this type of diabetes. Type II diabetes on the other hand is when the body cells fail to use insulin properly. The body is insulin resistant and is sometimes combined with absolute insulin deficiency. This is the most common type of diabetes. Reduced insulin sensitivity is the predominant abnormality in the early stage of this type of diabetes. It is during this stage that hyperglycemia can be reversed through a variety of measures and medications that can improve insulin sensitivity or reduce the production of glucose by the liver.