First published in February 2022 – Last edited in September 2022 by Luka Tunjic. © All rights reserved.
Note! Body mass distribution is often misunderstood as body mass index. According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, “Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to adult men and women.”
Body mass distribution means the distribution of fat, muscle, and bone mass throughout the body.
Although not everyone with Type 2 diabetes is overweight or obese, understanding the biomechanism of weight gain, weight loss, and body mass distribution will significantly help understand the biomechanism (destructive biomechanism) of type 2 diabetes.
Below are links to the authors’ research work on Type 1 Diabetes from 2004 through 2012.
- Postural Profile of People with Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/postural-profile-of-people-with-type-1-diabetes
- Musculoskeletal Profile of Normal Weight People without and with T1D – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/musculoskeletal-profile-of-normal-weight-people-withou
- A Link Between Occupation and Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/a-link-between-occupation-and-type-1-diabetes
- Weight Loss and Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/weight-loss-and-type-1-diabetes
- Obesity and Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/obesity-and-type-1-diabetes
- Insulin Therapy and Weight Gain – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/insulin-therapy-and-weight-gain
- Spontaneous Remission of Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/spontaneous-remission-of-type-1-diabetes
- Post-exercise Hypoglycemia – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/post-exercise-hypoglycemia
- What Stimulates the Pancreas to Work Properly – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/what-stimulates-the-pancreas-to-work-properly
- Type 1 Diabetes in American Indians, Alaska Natives – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/type-1-diabetes-in-american-indians-and-alaska-natives
- Chiropractic Pioneering Research into Type 1 Diabetes – https://www.modernscienceofbiomechanics.com/biomechanology-of-type-1-diabetes/chiropractic-pioneering-research-into-type-1-diabetes
This page was last time updated on August 25, 2022. I hope my presentation is understandable. Still, I think that can be better explained, and I will continue to work on this subject. If you find this interesting, please revisit this page because it will be from time to time updated.
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