What Is Type 2 Diabetes?
Diabetes type 2 is the most common type of diabetes and it results from insulin resistance. It is a terminal type of disease that prevents the body from making use of the hormone insulin the way it should make use of it. This type of disease doesn’t allow the body cells to effectively make use of insulin and thereby making the body to depend on other sources of energy such as tissues, muscles and organs. It can also be defined as a chronic disease which affects the way the body processes body sugar (glucose). This disease eventually leads to high sugar levels in the body and causes nervous, immune and circulatory disorders.