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In normal conditions, the glucose levels are around 80mg/dl. After NucentixGS-85 Review  we eat these levels can rise to values around 120mg/dl. This increase stimulates the production of insulin to bring down the glucose levels to a normal value. On the other side, if the sugar levels drop to 40mg/dl or lower, our brain will send alert signals to other parts of the body that will launch hormones, like the glucagon to bring the sugar levels to a more acceptable level.

Another important organ that helps the regulation of glucose levels is the liver. We can consider the liver as a glucose factory. It can produce glucose by degrading amino acids and glycogen stored in there. This way, even if we don't eat for a while, we can maintain a stable level of sugar. The opposite also happens. When the sugar Is not used by cells, the liver is responsible for the transformation of glucose to glycogen to be deposited and be used later or whenever needed.

Maintaining insulin levels demands a strict control from our body.And how is this possible?In a very simplistic way, insulin stops the production of glucose on the liver by blocking the exit, making the already available sugar to be deposited in the liver. So, when eat enough, and enough insulin is segregated there is no glucose freed by the liver, it is deposited. But if we eat little for example, there will be not much insulin produced, so glucose is free to come out from the liver making the sugar level rise.

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