How does fat storage work in the human body

What is Insulin?

fat in the human bodyMain function of insulin is distribution of energy from the fats storage to the blood cells & maintaining the blood sugar level. Our digestive system is extremely good at extracting all the nutrients & energy from the from the food you eat. Not much goes to waste. But, nowadays food is in plenty, so we overeat. All the sugars, fat & proteins are absorbed into your body & is transported through the blood stream.

One of the most common forms of energy in the body is glucose, a basic sugar molecule.. but it enters the cells of the with the help of the insulin. Insulin is a protein released by the pancrease to aid in getting glucose into the cells. Food has to be delivered to the cells or else cells will starve. 

Insulin acts as temporary bridges over the most of the water to allow deliveries of food to the castle. But when we overeat, there is more amount of glucose waiting to enter into the cells. When they all rush in, the cell is swamped with people & food & it causes all sorts of trouble & spoilage.

After many instances of getting flooded by food, the cells starts to put guards along the boundary to regulate the insulin bridges to protect the cells from further damage. This causes insulin resistance, which reduces the flow of food to the cells per castle. It takes a great deal of time for the cells to change it's policy but it is possible with efforts & time.

THIS IS WHY EXERCISE & DIET CONTROL IS IMPORTANT TO PRE-DIABETICS.
TOO MUCH SUGAR IN THE BLOOD CAUSES TERRIBLE DAMAGE TO THE BODY OVER TIME. WHEN YOUR CELLS ARE INSULIN RESISTANT, MEANS MORE SUGAR STAYS IN THE BLOOD RATHER THAN IT GETTING ABSORBED.

There are other factors that causes insulin resistance such as fats, other hormones and many other.
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