Consequences of fasting blood sugar on noodle delineation
The basic aim of the current study was to relate the blood sugar with the noodle delineation. Glucose is the primary and essential metabolite necessary for the normal functioning of the body. Pancreas is responsible for maintaining the level of glucose or its consolidation in the body. In the body, when the consolidation of glucose is high glycogen is formed. Pancreas secrete insulin when sugar level is high while utilize the glycogen (stored form of glucose) when sugar level declines in body. The normal fasting sugar level is 70mg/dl – 100mg/dl. After eating meal, the maximum sugar level is 170mg/dl – 200mg/dl. When the normal functioning of pancreas disrupts it either leads to hyperglycemia (persistently high level of glucose) or diabetic mellitus. The nutritional, renowned, amazing handy meal with lots of flavors and is liked by many cultures is noodles. Noodles provide essential nutrients which fulfill the requirement of the healthy body. First of all, it is boiled then different flavors are added according to the taste of the consumers. Wheat noodles actually formed from wheat with salt added into it then different types of shapes may given to it according to the requirement while rice noodles are formed from extruded rice then steamed may given to it and they are converted into strip shaped noodles. It was closured from the current task that subjects with high blood pressure are noodle depicted while other subjects who have low blood pressure are not much noodle delineated.
In the mid-19th century, medical sciences offered the world a pair of unfortunate examples of stupidity in the development of the germ theory, which can be traced back to Girolamo Fran-castoro, who suggested in his De Contagion (1546) that illnesses were spread by “Seeds of dis-ease”.[i] Unfortunately, in the early 19th century, the attitude of Western civilization to cleanliness was such that the use of the bathtub in Philadelphia in 1832 was prohibited by a local ordinance on sanitary grounds, and their use in Boston was prohibited in 1845 except on the advice of a phy-sician.[ii] At that time, cleanliness and the germ theory of disease were very much at odds with popular theories that illness was an expression of God's wrath against a sinner and/or caused by the breathing of bad air.