Blood sugar, it can be argued, is what keeps our bodies functioning properly.
Sugars enter the blood after being consumed and digested to their simplest forms. However, when disease alters normal levels of these sugars in the blood, other impairments can occur.
Blood sugar level is carefully monitored by the body. If there is too much sugar, the body releases a hormone called insulin to signal the rest of the body to absorb more of the sugar.
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