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Blood Sugar Regulation in Diabetics

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1After eating a meal, blood sugar levels
A)increase.
B)decrease.
C)do not change.
D)disappear.



2Insulin, released after a meal is eaten by a person who does not have diabetes, will cause blood sugar levels to
A)increase far above normal.
B)return to about normal.
C)decrease far below normal.
D)convert to protein.



3In Type I diabetes blood sugar levels remain high after a meal because
A)too much insulin is released.
B)protein is converted to glucose.
C)no insulin is released.
D)the kidneys are not working.



4In Type II diabetes blood sugar levels remain high after a meal because
A)too much insulin is released.
B)the kidneys are not working.
C)no insulin in released.
D)muscle and liver cells do not receive a signal.



5The treatment for Type I diabetes always includes
A)oral thiazolidinedione.
B)insulin.
C)metformin.
D)dialysis.







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