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This 3D animation explains the causes, symptoms and treatment of Type 1 Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is a condition in which your pancreas does not produce insulin, a hormone your body needs to maintain proper blood sugar levels. Without insulin, glucose cannot get into your cells, so they are starved for the calories they should be receiving from glucose. In addition, the glucose level builds up in your bloodstream, resulting in a condition called hyperglycemia. If you have Type I diabetes, your goal is to keep your blood glucose within a normal range. This is done through a combination of proper insulin replacement, monitoring your blood glucose and, just as importantly, eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise.

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  6. Looks like a huge pain in the ass disease to have

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  8. Never thought I'd be interested in education, but anatomy and biology always fascinated me.

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  10. FINDING OUT YOU HAVE DIABETES COULD BE SCARY? MOST PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE DIABETES AT ALL. YEARS BACK SUGER LEVELS OF 250 WERE NORMAL. MY FRIENDS DAUGHTER WHO IS A PHARMACIST TOLD ME WHEN SHE WENT TO SCHOOL THE NUMBER WAS 225 CLOSE TO THE NUMBER I STATED. THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES LOWERED THE FIGURE TO 125 TO PUT EVERYBODY ON MEDICATION. ONCE YOU TAKE THESE DIABETES MEDICINES YOUR BODY STOPS PRODUCING INSULINS BECAUSE IT IS BEING PUT INTO THE BODY EXTERNALLY AND THE BODY THEN SHUTS DOWN PRODUCTION OF INSULIN PERMANENTLY DAMAGING THE BODY'S ABILITY TO PRODUCE INSULIN. AFTER TAKING THESE DIABETES MEDICATIONS THEY WILL EVENTUALLY DESTROY YOUR KIDNEYS AND PUT YOU ON DIALYSIS FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE 3 DAYS A WEEK IN 4 HOUR INTERVALS. OLD BLOOD PRESSURE NUMBERS WERE 160/100 AND BEFORE THAT 180/90. CHOLESTEROL MEDICINES ARE ALSO A SCAM. WHAT THEY ARE CALLING BAD CHOLESTEROL IS THE WASTE PRODUCED FROM THE CELL AFTER IT BURNED THE GOOD CHOLESTEROL WHICH IS GOING OUT OF YOUR SYSTEM. WHAT THEY ARE DOING IS LOWERING THE WASTE THAT THE BODY IS EXPELLING AND IN TURN DAMAGES YOUR LIVER AND OTHER ORGANS AND THEN CAUSING PARKINSON'S, ALZHEIMER'S, DEMENTIA BECAUSE THESE STATIN DRUGS SHRINK THE BRAIN WHICH IS MADE OF PURE CHOLESTEROL. WAKE UP PEOPLE THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAILS.

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  14. Is it normal to get hungry when your blood sugar is high? Everytime my blood sugar gets high, I loose my apetite until my blood sugar is normal…

  15. It's not a diet it's more of a meal plan

  16. You don't need to eat 100% healthy all the time with type 1 diabetes.You can eat anything you want if you take enough insulin for it and I'm not saying eat unhealthy stuff all the time but you don't have to eat all these super foods and you don't have to avoid unhealthy stuff if you eat really healthy food all the time you want eat as much carbohydrates which means you won't have as much energy and that can cause loads if other problems.You can eat whatever you want but make sure you take the exact amount of insulin you need to cover it and if you're not sure take a tiny bit more or a tiny bit less just in case.If your blood goes high once after having something next time you eat it just take a bit more or less insulin and you should be able to find the right amount.But DO NOT eat to much of something at once because then you might just have to guess and you could 1.take to little insulin and your blood sugar will go to high and your Ketones will go really high to and if your Ketones go to high then there is a big chance you'll get life threatening diseases and go into a coma. Or 2.you'll take to much insulin and your blood sugar will go to low and you also might go into a coma or collapse unconscious in a place where no one knows what to do and that's another thing always tell someone you're going somewhere with that you have Type 1 diabetes and try to explain what to do if your blood goes to high or to low because if no one knows what to do you may never get up again or if you do you could get even worse long term problems and if you don't believe me trust me I've had Type 1 Diabetes for 10 years so I know quite a lot about it. And if you ever think you know everything about Type 1 diabetes then you're wrong because no one knows everything about it and it will keep changing in different ways.But remember that you have to always check your blood sugar if you feel any of the thing listed below*Before you eat*When you feel your blood sugar is low *When you feel sick*When you feel your blood sugar is high*If you feel dizzy or nauseous*If you feel faint *or if you feel anyway different to normalIf you ever don't feel right in anyway It's better to check your blood then to leave it because that can help you in many ways.but if you look after your blood sugar right and take insulin for everything you eat (and make sure its the right amount) then you can live your life like anyone else except you have to check your blood and take insulin remember to exercise,eat healthy but you can also eat anything you want if you take the right amount of insulin for it,look after your blood sugar,take insulin when you eat and don't drink to much alcohol or take drugs as these are both bad for you but they also mess up your blood sugar loads.Anyway thanks for reading this and I hope it helps some people.

  17. healthy diet is not necessary. we can eat everything we want to. the only thing is: we have to count the carbs and calculate the needed dose of insulin-

    healthy diet is "old school" and was the mainpart of the therapy in the early 1970's to 1990's

  18. People also need to realize that the diet and exercise plan for someone with type 1 is a plan that every healthy person is supposed to have. So in theory, diabetics who are in full control of their disease can actually live healthier life's than non-diabetics who indulge in a unhealthy lifestyle.

  19. Wait, should I eat less sugar or carbohydrates? Are they the same in the bloodstream, as in are they both glucose?

  20. My aunt on my moms side has this she's in the hospital because of an infection in her toe

  21. Extremely informative video, super animated which helps me understand better. Thanks so much.

  22. What viruses can trigger this abnormal immune response?

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