Glucose absorption and diabetes to process blood glucose, otherwise known as blood sugar


Your digestive system breaks down complex carbohydrates from food into a form of sugar that can be passed into your blood. The sugar then passes into your blood through the walls in your small intestine.


If you have diabetes, your body has a problem moving the sugar from your bloodstream into your cells. This leaves more sugar, or glucose, in your blood. The treatment of diabetes relies on controlling your blood glucose level. Long-term increased blood glucose levels can eventually cause dangerous complications.


Acarbose, miglitol, and pramlintide are all drugs that help manage diabetes. They each prevent too much sugar from getting into your blood too quickly. They come in different forms and work in slightly different ways.


Our esteemed journal is looking forward for the upcoming issue (Volume4: Issue1) for the upcoming year as all the authors are invited to submit their recent scientific work through manuscripts in the mode of Research/Case Reports/Case Studies/Reviews/Short Review/ Short Communications/Commentaries/Short Commentaries/Letters to Editor/ Image articles etc.

A standard editorial manager system is utilized for manuscript submission, review, editorial processing and tracking which can be securely accessed by the authors, reviewers and editors for monitoring and tracking the article processing. Manuscripts can be uploaded online at Editorial Tracking System or as email attachment to:


Morgan E,

Editorial Manager,

Journal of Clinical Diabetes