Translation of insulin in Spanish:


insulina, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɪnsələn//ˈɪnsjʊlɪn/


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    insulina feminine
    insulin treatment tratamiento insulínico masculine
    • After meals, the hormone insulin acts to promote storage of glucose in the form of glycogen in the liver.
    • Diabetes occurs when the body cannot make enough insulin, the hormone needed to convert food into energy.
    • It imitates the effects of insulin and boosts insulin release from the pancreas.
    • Diabetics do not produce enough insulin when blood glucose levels rise rapidly.
    • It's caused by an insufficient level of insulin, a glucose regulating hormone.
    • It produces hormones called insulin and glucagons that enable the body to use sugars and store fats.
    • The pancreas controlled glucose metabolism by generating a hormone they named insulin.
    • If you give it to people with low blood sugar, both insulin and blood glucose levels improve.
    • The pancreas secretes the hormone insulin which is the key to allowing glucose to enter the cells.
    • The way your body responds to insulin, the hormone that controls your blood sugar level may be involved.
    • This happens because the pancreas releases insulin to get the blood sugar levels back to normal.
    • When there is a shortage or lack of insulin, glucose will accumulate and diabetes will develop.
    • Typically, it strikes kids and occurs when the pancreatic islets that produce insulin, die off.
    • The far more common type 2 results from an inability to utilize the insulin the body produces.
    • It develops when there is an insufficient amount of the natural hormone insulin.
    • The key, he believes, is insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas gland.
    • When you eat carbohydrates your body produces insulin which regulates your blood sugar levels and helps your body store fat.
    • They drew blood samples in the morning after an overnight fast and analysed blood glucose and serum insulin.
    • In type II diabetes, the body does not produce enough insulin, or the cells in the body do not react properly to the insulin.