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|Energy Metabolism and Diabetes
All living organisms must take in and process energy to perform chemical and physical activities essential for life. Cells in our body convert the energy in carbohydrates and fats (and to a lesser extent proteins) to a usable form through the process of cellular respiration. Diabetes is a common disease that results from the malfunction of normal energy metabolism. There are about 425 million people currently living with diabetes, and this number is expected to increase to about 630 million by 2045, making diabetes one of the largest global public health issues of our time. In this module, you will learn more about energy metabolism and the the types, causes, consequences, and treatments associated with diabetes.
By the end of this module, you should be able to:
– Describe the process of energy metabolism through aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration
– Differentiate between the different types of diabetes
– Identify the risk factors for developing diabetes
– Describe the physical effects of diabetes
– Describe treatments for diabetes
This 4-minute video explains what a calorie is and how different factors should go into determining the recommended amount for each person.
This 4-minute video provides an overview of the metabolic processes that convert the energy from food into ATP required for physical activity.
This 2-minute video describes the structure and function of mitochondria – the site of aerobic respiration in cells.
(Links to an external site.)This 4-minute video provides a simple explanation of what diabetes is, complications that can arise from it, and ways to manage it.
This 8.5-minute video provides a good overview of diabetes and explains the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes.