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All forms of diabetes deal with the body's inability to transfer glucose (sugar) from the blood to cells in the body, resulting in high blood glucose levels. In Diabetes Type 2, the pancreas produces adequate amounts of insulin, but the body does not use it in a way that actually transfers glucose (sugar) from the blood to the body's cells (diabetes type 2 is also known as insulin resistant diabetes.
Diabetes type 2 is on the rise in the United States in conjunction with the rise in obesity rates and sedentary lifestyle.
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