ROLE OF INSULIN
ROLE OF INSULIN
Insulin is a hormone which plays a key role in the regulation of blood glucose levels. A lack of insulin, or an inability to adequately respond to insulin, can each lead to the development of the symptoms of diabetes.
In addition to its role in controlling blood sugar levels, insulin is also involved in the storage of fat.
THE ROLE OF INSULIN IN THE BODY
Insulin is a hormone which plays a number of roles in the body’s metabolism.
Insulin regulates how the body uses and stores glucose and fat. Many of the body’s cells rely on insulin to take glucose from the blood for energy.
INSULIN AND BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS
Insulin helps control blood glucose levels by signaling the liver and muscle and fat cells to take in glucose from the blood. Insulin therefore helps cells to take in glucose to be used for energy.
If the body has sufficient energy, insulin signals the liver to take up glucose and store it as glycogen.
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Journal of Clinical Diabetes