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However, Joe has a hard time keeping his other life from her.
It also appears that the person who hired Joe, breaks his rule of complete anonymity and tries to find him.
After Kong has a close call and learns who Joe is, Kong asks him to train him and he does.
Joe also meets a local girl who is deaf and spends time with her.
Here’s the problem: the diabetic patient in this case can’t produce any insulin, so there is no feedback loop and they continue to produce more and more ketones without stopping.
By the time ketone levels (specifically, beta-hydroxybutyrate) approach 15 to 25 m M, the resulting p H imbalance leads to profound metabolic derangement and the patient is critically ill.
Hence, our body’s ability to produce ketones is required for basic survival. When a diabetic (usually a Type I diabetic, but sometimes this occurs in very late-stage, insulin-dependent, Type II diabetics) fails to receive enough insulin, they go into an effective state of starvation.
While they may have all the glucose in the world in their bloodstream, without insulin, they can’t get any into their cells. The body does what it would do in anyone – it starts to make ketones out of fat and proteins.
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