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Blood Sugar Premier

by Mathew John (2020-03-10)

What professor Watt and his colleagues Blood Sugar Premier Review have discovered in the case of obesity is that the fat cells themselves initiate the journey down the path that leads to diabetes. Fat was assumed to be just an inert form of fuel, a storage site from which the body could call on for energy, if required, at some future time. But that view has now changed with the recognition that fat is a dynamic organ that interacts with many other organs, including the brain, the liver, and skeletal muscles that control the body's fuel usage.When fat cells accumulate, as they do with developing obesity, they produce and release a protein called PEDF (short for pigment epithelium-derived factor for those who like a full explanation) and this protein sets off a series of events that result in type 2 diabetes. The protein released by the fat cells desensitizes liver and muscle cells, impairing their ability to react normally to the presence of insulin in the blood stream. The insulin is there, released by the pancreas, in response to increasing levels of glucose in the blood that occurs quite naturally and routinely after food is eaten,