The Primary Cause of Diabetes
Let's take a moment to look at one of the major factors that causes diabetes: a long-term diet that has been high in carbohydrates.
Your body's normal digestive process breaks down all carbohydrate foods you eat into sugar (glucose).
Here are some examples of foods which are high in carbohydrates: breads, pastas, cereals, potatoes, corn, beans, peas, sweets, cakes, and chocolates.
These break down into a LOT of sugar (glucose)!
The glucose then passes through your intestinal wall and loads up your blood stream with sugar. The more carbohydrates you eat, the more sugar enters your blood stream.
In response, your body produces insulin. Insulin’s job is to push the sugar in your blood stream into the cells of your body where it is used for food and energy. The more sugar that enters your blood stream, the more insulin your body produces to keep your blood sugar in a normal range.
On the surface of the cells in your body there are insulin receptors, which act like little doors that open and close to manage the inflow of blood sugar.
After many years of eating a high-carbohydrate diet, your cells have been hit with so much insulin that these doors become insensitive to the effect of the insulin and begin to malfunction and shut down.
In an effort to overcome your cells' insensitivity to insulin, your body produces even more insulin to push the glucose into the cells. This increased level of insulin causes even more doors to close and as this vicious cycle continues, a condition called "insulin resistance" sets in.
When your body can no longer produce enough insulin to push the blood sugar into the cells, type 2 diabetes results. It is simply an extreme case of insulin resistance.
Why Your Body Gains Weight So Easily
Let’s learn just a little bit about what fat cells are.
The body's fat cells are formed early in life and become fixed in number as you enter your teens. After that these cells do not multiply. As you gain weight these cells hold more fat, and as you lose weight they hold less fat.
As your body becomes insulin resistant, it tries to protect itself from high blood sugar levels (which are toxic) by converting the excess glucose in the blood stream into tryglicerides (fat) and pushing it into the fat cells of your body.
That’s the reason why you've had a problem with slow but steady weight gain!
It is not that you gained weight and then became insulin resistant or diabetic as a result of the weight gain. It is that your body first became insulin resistant, and as a result of your body trying to protect itself from excess glucose, your body began to gain weight.
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