Role of Insulin in Making the Blood Sugar Available to the Cells Glucose is produced in our body by the digestion of carbohydrates that we eat. Now this glucose is absorbed by the blood from the digestive system and from blood it is to be provided to each and every cell. This is facilitated by the action of hormone insulin which is involved in making the glucose available to the cells in the body. Let us watch a video to understand the process.
Insulin and the Regulation of Glucose in the Blood