What effect does insulin have on the blood's glucose concentration? no
One of insulin's major functions is to prevent the use of fat as an energy source in the body. In doing so, it also pushes the body to take glucose out of the blood and store it as glycogen where it can be used as an energy source. By this process, insulin serves to actually reduce the glucose concentration in the blood.
By reducing this concentration, insulin production and function serves to prevent the complications brought on by the over-concentration of glucose, one of the major parts of diabetes. This over-concentration leads to an innumerable amount of problems.
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