A compound named Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF) is comparable to a dockworker. GTF “dockworkers” move the glucose “load” from the insulin “truck” to the insulin receptor site “loading dock” and into the cell for onsite production of ATP (energy). If there are not enough dockworkers (GTF Chromium) at the loading dock (insulin receptor site), then work slows and becomes ineffecient. The absence of GTF chromium “dockworkers” may result in a traffic jam of insulin “trucks” filled with “glucose” “blood sugar”. This results in what is called “high blood sugar” of which the chronic state is called diabetes.