After digestion, glucose passes into the bloodstream Nutonen and for it to be able to get into the cells, it needs insulin. The pancreas produce insulin which is a hormone needed to absorb glucose in the blood. It is the responsibility of the pancreas to produce the right amount of insulin to move glucose from the blood into our cells.
Type 2 diabetes is a plague in our modern world. And what's worse is that for roughly 95% of diabetics, there is an element of self-infliction about it. For most Type 2 diabetics (perhaps more than 80%), diabetes can be controlled to the point of practically training it to sit and speak at your command. Okay, diabetes isn't a dog.
But it can be controlled in most cases, and is largely preventable. Unfortunately, it's too late to completely stop it once you have it. And there's also no sense throwing blame around. Blaming anyone (including yourself), is just a recipe for bitterness, negativity and a lot of other wastes of time.