Liver and Diabetes: A Vicious Cycle

Liver and Diabetes: A Vicious Cycle

It is very important to control the blood sugar level for a healthy liver as diabetes can occur due to liver disease and vice versa. One of the major functions of the liver is glucose metabolism, on the other hand, diabetes promotes weight gain, especially in the abdomen, the most dangerous part of the body to accumulate excess fat. In most cases, it has been observed that people with fatty liver are five times as likely to develop diabetes and most people with type 2 diabetes develop fatty liver because of uncontrolled high sugars. In this video, let us look at the deeper correlation between the liver and diabetes.

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