The pancreas is a leaf-shaped gland located behind our stomach.
It is part of the our digestive system that produces two pints (946 ml) of digestive juices a day.
The digestuve juices or enzymes produced break down carhohydrates, protein, and fat from the foods we eat.
The pancreas also produces hormones such as insulin, which converts sugar in the blood into energy to be stored in the liver, keeping your blood sugar level under control.
Wah! Pancreas is so important to our body system.
Take care, do not supply the body with too much sugar as the pancreas may not be able to convert them into energy thus resulting in the rise in blood sugar level.
In short, love pur pancreas. It helps us to keep diabetes at bay.
Say “Thanks” to the pancreas for performing the above important tasks.