Adipose tissue

extreme thirst 4 frequent urination 5 weight loss

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Unformatted text preview: re diabetes (too much insulin): 1.) Fatigue More hardening of the 2.) Extreme hunger arteries (CHD) 3.) Extreme thirst 4.) Frequent urination 5.) Weight loss Uncontrolled type 2 diabetes type 1 diabetes (not enough insulin) Blindness Nerve damage in the limbs infections + amputation The flip side of fat: starvation The PCM or marasmus: generalized insufficiency of calories Kwashiorkor: insufficient protein coupled with pre-existing liver infections. Pre-natal (Barker) hypothesis… Pre-natal decreased glucose tolerance increased adipose tissue effects on child pre-natal low protein diet (esp. in 1st trimester) increased blood pressure Summary Summary • Fat storage is: Fat – adaptive when there is famine...
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