Avocados May Reduce Type 2 Diabetes

Our pancreas makes a hormone called insulin. It helps our cells turn glucose (a type of sugar, from the food we eat) into energy. People with type 2 diabetes  make insulin, but their cells don't use it well. People with type 2 diabetes are said to have insulin resistance. People who are middle-aged or older are most likely to get this kind of diabetes, so it is called adult-onset diabetes. But type 2 diabetes also affects kids and teens  because of childhood obesity.

A person suffering from Type 2 Diabetes faced many symptoms such as being very thirsty, Peeing a lot, Blurred vision, Being cranky, Tingling or numbness in hands or feet, Fatigue/feeling worn out, Wounds that don't heal, Yeast infections that keep coming back, Hunger, Weight loss without trying, Getting more infections, Dark rashes around neck or armpits (called acanthosis nigricans)

A fat molecule found only in Avocados which is AvoB worked against incomplete mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation in the skeletal muscle and pancreas, ensuring the complete oxidation of fats, and thus leading to improved glucose tolerance and utilization, enhancing the rodents' insulin sensitivity and reduce type 2 diabetes.