Im not sure Jon but I can ask my teacher today in class if you like?
ight will do.
Hey Josh. How come uncle Mark has to get a shot after he eats?
Okay students today we will start learning about Homeostatius
ight dont forget
Josh did you ask yet?
Nah but im bout to chill.
i wont dawg
Yeah Josh whats up?
My Uncle takes a shot after he eats, he says its insulin but I dont understand why he does it?
Um Mr. Davis can i ask you a question?
Actualy Sussie its a wonderful question and it goes with what were learning today!
(wispers) what a stupid question
Its a negitive feedback in the homeostatious process, and your uncle seems to need help to keep homeostatius flowing. but we will go more into depth later. Greate question Josh!
Glucagon works to counterbalance the actions of insulin. About four to six hours after you eat, the glucose levels in your blood decrease, triggering your pancreas to produce glucagon. This hormone signals your liver and muscle cells to change the stored glycogen back into glucose