I've just found this research on here called mitochondria. It states the following: The researchers found instead that energy from glucose was not driving chronic inflammation, but rather it was a combination of defects in mitochondria and an increase in fat derivatives that were responsible. "Our data provide an explanation for why people with tight glucose control can nonetheless have disease progression." If this is true surely even with good glucose control they are suggesting it is a progressive disease regardless. Am I reading this right as it's pretty depressing as from what I've read from people like Jason Fung if you keep good glucose control it will prevent future complications. Thanks for reading.