A diabetic person carries a packet of glucose with him always, because? A. glucose increases the blood sugar level slowly. B. glucose reduces the blood sugar level C. glucose increases the blood sugar level almost instantaneously D. glucose reduces the blood sugar level slowly.
Hint: Glucose is a kind of sugar. It is moved into the blood with the help of insulin. It is necessary to maintain the blood sugar level for a diabetic patient. This question is based on the energy required by the body to maintain the blood sugar level.
Complete step by step answer: First, let us know about the blood sugar, and blood sugar level. The amount of glucose found in the blood is defined as blood sugar level. Blood sugar is defined in terms of glucose, it is a type of sugar as mentioned obtained from the food we eat, and further used for gaining the energy. When it travels into the cells via the bloodstream is termed as blood sugar. As we know, there is a hormone called insulin, helps in the travel of glucose from the blood. For a diabetic patient, it is necessary to maintain the level of glucose in the blood. He, or she always needs energy. As when they perform a lot of physical work, and they might have a lot of sweating, and the sugar level decreases in the body. At that time the energy is required, so instead of any drink, intake of glucose is a better option. Thus, intake of glucose increases the blood sugar level instantaneously. The correct option is (C).
Note: The intake of glucose should be in the limited amount i.e. the amount of sugar required to maintain the level. As the excess amount in the bloodstream leads to conversion of glucose into glycogen, and is absorbed by the liver.