Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes

Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease where the person’s body destroys the insulin-producing cells. These people do not produce insulin so they must replace the insulin using insulin injections or insulin pump therapy. In Type 2 Diabetes, insulin is produced however it may be produced an insufficient amount, and the insulin that is produced does not work properly. There’s really nothing somebody can do to prevent themselves from getting Type 1 diabetes. But with Type 2 diabetes, we know that trying to get down to a lean weight, and trying to be more physically active those things can help delay or prevent the onset of Type 2 diabetes. It’s important to try and attain and maintain a healthy body weight, and to incorporate 150 minutes of physical activity into your lifestyle every week.

19 thoughts on “Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes”

  1. is it true that Type 2 diabetics very rarely ( or never ) need to inject / pump themselves with insulin & their diabetes can be controlled with the types of food they ingest ?

  2. the doc said NO bread, NO Juice, NO pasta how can i make a sandwich without bread? No juice what about fresh squeezed? I mean c'mon fruits from the tree they all say good to eat but…. pre-diabetic? said my sugar is a little high he said do those things and i'll be ok anybody have good things to eat is gonna be a pain in the ass all the good food will tripled is this a real nurse?

  3. I just went to the doctor less than an hour ago and found out I have type 2 diabetes.. they said I will need to inject twice daily and start using metformin. What exactly does the metformin do? They said will help with weight

  4. I'm 14 and I am insulin resistance which means my body produces to much bc it doesn't work properly. No matter how much I work out or eat healthy nothing happens. I stay the same weight. I'm extremely talk and carey my weight very well but my doctor just keeps telling me to lose. I feel like a lost cause bc no matter what he puts me in it doesn't health

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  6. my grandpa have type 2 and it is hereditary. The good thing is that he is the only one in the family who have it. But i am afraid that could get it soon because all i do is sitting in my bed all day long. But i don't want to sit in bed all day long. but i can't get up because i don't have energy. i'm going to check my blood and vitamins in a few weeks. I'm overweight to. But i dindn't care because it's not unhealthy overweight. But after i found out my grandpa were diagnosed, i'm just so scared that i might could get it soon.

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