Drugs for diabetes

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Diabetic patients as we all know, is not allowed to eat sweets, daily diet is also advocated light, but maple sugar diabetic patients can eat it? There is no impact? This is every diabetic patients should understand, let's take a look at the treatment of diabetes drugs.

Drugs for diabetes

First, animal insulin is extracted and purified from the pancreas of animals, mainly including pig proinsulin and bovine insulin. Due to the fact that animal insulin is extracted from xenobiotics, its structure is slightly different from that produced by human body itself. In addition, the purity of animal insulin may not be enough. After injection into human body, it can activate the human body's defense system, resulting in human body's rejection to insulin.

Second: many patients will produce insulin antibodies after injection of animal insulin for a long time, and patients will feel that the hypoglycemic effect has declined, so it is necessary to increase the amount of injection to maintain the curative effect. Some patients are allergic to animal insulin and can't use it at all.

Third: recombinant human insulin is not extracted from human body, but is synthesized by high-tech method of gene recombination, which is similar to human insulin. Due to its similar structure with insulin synthesized by human body, high purity and good clinical effect, few patients have adverse reactions such as allergy. Most diabetic patients who need long-term subcutaneous insulin therapy are using recombinant human insulin.

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Finally, I would like to remind you once again that all foods have glycemic index. Foods with high glycemic index can digest quickly after entering the gastrointestinal tract, with high absorption rate and fast release of glucose, which can cause rapid rise of blood glucose. Foods with low glycemic index can stay in the gastrointestinal tract for a long time, with low absorption rate and slow release of glucose. Diabetic patients can choose fruits reasonably according to food glycemic index.