Glucose is the fuel for your cells... it controls your turns of events, contemplations and practically the wide range of various things you do. To control your cells, glucose needs to get into them. It can simply do this with the help of insulin. Insulin is a substance (a sort of compound). It is conveyed by your pancreas. The pancreas releases insulin into your circulatory framework where it circumvents your body and gets along with glucose on a comparable journey. The justification insulin is to enable glucose to enter your cells. To do this, insulin interfaces itself to a receptor in the outside of the cell. This makes the cell film license glucose to enter the cell. The cell would then have the option to use the glucose as its fuel. This glucose-insulin structure needs to work fittingly if you are to be sound. If the insulin doesn't deal with its work of 'opening the cell entrance' for glucose, the glucose will not get into the cell... in addition, the cell will run out of fuel.