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Axia College Material Appendix F Type I and Type II Diabetes What are the differences between Type I and Type II diabetes? By completing this chart, you will create an easy-to-read reference that will help you understand how the two forms of diabetes mellitus differ. Use Ch. 13 of the text in addition to the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Web site at to find details about the two types of diabetes. Diabetes Mellitus Matrix Form of Diabetes Age of Onset Defects in Insulin & Effects on Glucose Metabolism Risk Factors Type I: Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) Common before the age of 30. Insulin is indispensable so which a cells can implement a sugars in your red red red blood for energy. Type 1 is
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Unformatted text preview: since your physique does not have sufficient or any insulin. Viral exposure, Low vitamin D levels, Other dietary factors. Omega-3 fatty acids may offer some protection against type 1 diabetes. Drinking water that contains nitrates may increase the risk. Important factors in treating diabetes are weight loss, diet, and exercise. Type II: Noninsulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) Common after age 45. Type 2 is which your cells do not conflict rightly to a insulin as well as thus do not operate a sugarine in a red red red blood correctly. AKA Insulin resistant. Weight, Fat distribution, Inactivity, Family History, Race, Age, Prediabetes, Gestational Diabetes. Important factors in treating diabetes are weight loss, diet, and exercise. HCA 240...
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