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Diabetes Freedom

by Mathew Review (2020-02-08)

The high molecular weight of glucoseĀ Diabetes Freedom Review ensures that water is pulled along with it as it is excreted, leading to excessive output of urine (polyuria). Uncontrollable loss of excess quantity of water from the body results in excessive thirst and high water intake (polydipsia). Dehydration occurs if the quantity of water the patient takes is not commensurate with the quantity lost through the urine.The body is starved of energy following the impairment in glucose uptake. The patient feels hungry and eats more in order to meet up the energy requirement of the body. As the cells continue to be deprived of vital energy the body begins to break down its own protein and fat stores leading to loss of weight, and weakness. Continual breakdown of protein and fat leads to an increase in ketone bodies in the blood. If unchecked, this leads to ketoacidosis, hyperventilation, and loss of sodium, chloride, potassium and water.Large and small vessels in the kidneys, eyes, extremities, heart and brain may be damaged in the long run. The nerves may also be damaged leading to impaired sensitivity in the extremities.