Fatty Acids and Disease in Type 2 Diabetes

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This animation helps the learner to understand the lipid abnormalities commonly seen in patients with type 2 diabetes. The animation focuses on the major role that elevated plasma free fatty acids (FFAs) play in the development of type 2 diabetes.
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Brief review of factors related to obesity and diabetes — as well as metabolic syndrome
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21 Comments

  1. This Guy

    That was great, thanks! A little deja vu at the end, which really drive the point home about the cycling.

  2. François Leroy

    I've spend a long time studying treating diabetes and discovered a fantastic resource at ralfs remedy method (google it if you're interested)

  3. Bilal Mahmoud

    Sooo..fat is the cause of Diabetes and not sugar???

  4. Lucas Oliveira

    this explains why a low fat whole food plant-based diet can prevent and even revert type 2 diabetes 🙂

  5. qtcosy. owo

    Thank you!
    My best friend told me about her diabetes before, this helps!

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  7. Dr.Nitesh Raj

    Superb… excellent…. thank you so much

  8. David Kelly Mitchell

    I already know all this. I'm ready to move on to the hard stuff.

  9. Oso N

    This is not a very good video explanation of type 2 Diabetes. There should have been an explanation of why the cycle is vicious, which I'm assuming is because it leads to obesity and diabetes.

  10. Jeremy Cornwell

    Diabetes is chromium poisoning,

  11. Jeremy S.

    So according to these people everyone in the world except those on totally strict low fat diets should have diabetes by age 5.

  12. Burning Questions

    So, in a healthy person the hsl makes ffa that the liver can use as food. But in over fed or insulinemia state, the liver is over loaded and sends out overloaded vldl? The lpl can't use enough of the trigs, so more small dense ldl?

  13. mister E

    Find ways to suppress lipolysis for cryin' out loud!

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