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20 signs you're eating too much sugar

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Post time 13-12-2023 11:06 AM | Show all posts |Read mode
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Not only does sugar make foods tastier and lend a greattexture to baked goods, it can also help preserve jellies, sauces, anddressings. While it’s hard to avoid sugar completely, consuming too much of itcan be harmful to your health.

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Are you a big fan of fruit juice, candy, and sugary foods?If so, you're at risk of developing more cavities than the average person.Certain bacteria that are naturally present in the mouth thrive off of sugar.Once sugar is consumed it interacts with these bacteria to produce acid, which attacks teeth and promotes toothdecay.

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Eating sugar gives your body a quick boost of energy. But after thatbrief surge, you'll start to feel drowsy; especially if you've just eaten a hugepiece of chocolate cake. When you eat a lot of sugar, your blood glucose (amount of sugar in the blood)rises almost instantly. To restore balance, the pancreas releases large amountsof insulin, signalling your cells to use the sugar as fuel. The result isreactive hypoglycemia … and fatigue.

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Contrary to popular belief, sugar doesn’t help us stay alert. Infact, researchers have discovered that sugarreduces alertness for 60 minutes after consumption.

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Sugar and vitamin B just don't mix. When youconsume sugary foods, your body has a hard time absorbing vitamin B, a nutrient that greatlyinfluences mood. Vitamin B deficiency can actually make you feel more depressed, especially if your daily sugarconsumption is high.

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Every time you eat sugary foods, sugar particles rush into your bloodstream.To restore balance, your cells activate, release water, and send thirst signalsto your brain. When this happens, you can only think about one thing: a largeglass of water.

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When you eat sugary foods, your pancreas releases insulin. This hormone's job is to restore bloodsugar levels. How? It moves sugar from your bloodstream into your cells. Onceinside your cells, unused glucose is stored as fat, a process that promotesweight gain.

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Consuming moderate amounts of sugar is not usually considered a riskfactor for headaches. This is not true, however, if youconsume excessive quantities of sugar. Too much sugar increases insulin levelsand can provoke a sudden drop in blood sugar, resulting in headaches.

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Regular sugar consumption causes glycation, a chemical reaction that prompts skinto age prematurely. Skin becomes less flexible and elastic, which promotes theemergence of new wrinkles and accentuates existing ones. Skin also becomesdrier and appears more drawn.

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Sugar addiction is sometimes compared to a rollercoaster. When you eat sugary foods, your blood sugar levels increase beforesuddenly dropping as your body releases insulin. Lacking energy, you look forfoods that will quickly recharge your batteries – sugary foods – thus repeatingthe cycle.

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When you eat lots of sugar, yourblood glucose levels fluctuate wildly, which has a strong influence on yourmood. In short, it can make you feel bad, and anxious people may actually seetheir symptoms worsen. In a study targetingelderly adults, researchers noticed that the subjects suffering most fromanxiety were also those who primarily ate foods rich in saturated fat andsugar.

Using sugar to relieve stress©Shutterstock
Do you reach for sweets every time you feel stressed? Perhaps you shouldlook for a better way to calm down. While sugar can provide short-term comfort, it's definitely not the best optionfor stress relief. You may even become more stressed than before.

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If you regularly suffer from insomnia, you should take a look at how muchsugar you eat. Difficulty sleeping has been linked to refined sugars. One study showed that a diet rich inhigh-glycemic foods is a risk factor for developing insomnia, while eatingplenty of fresh fruit and vegetables improves sleep issues.

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Has your sleep been lighter and less restorative than usual? Sugar may beto blame. According to one study,a diet composed primarily of foods that arelow in fibre and high in saturated fats and sugar shortens the length of yourdeep sleep cycles and increases the number of times you wake at night.

Eating too many desserts©Shutterstock
If you can't leave the table without eating a sweet dessert, you're probably consuming too much sugar.Choose fruit instead, eat more slowly, or rethink your diet.

Constant hunger©Shutterstock
Sugary foods, which are usually low in fibre, only calm hunger pangs fora short time. In fact, one study has shown that consuming fructose interferes with appetite control.In other words, the more sugary foods you eat, the hungrier you get.

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Several studies have shown a direct link between high-fat and high-sugarfoods and inflammation in the body. People with arthritis should avoid sugar for thisreason. Consuming sugary drinks has also beenassociated with rheumatoid arthritis and arthritis.

Frequent urination©Shutterstock
Sugar is a natural diuretic, meaning you'll urinate moreoften if you consume large quantities. Why? Sugar reduces the amount of waterreabsorbed by the kidneys. What's more, if your blood sugar levels become toohigh (hyperglycemia), sugar will enter your urine (glycosuria)and even more water will be expelled, meaning that the washroom will soonbecome your favourite room in the house.

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While salt is known to raise blood pressure, the real culprit may besugar. In one study, researchersfound that consuming fructose increased blood pressure.

Excessive sweating©Shutterstock
About 15 to 30 minutes after ingesting sugar-ladenfood, your body releases cortisol and epinephrine, two hormones that boost yourheart rate and blood pressure, making you sweat. If you eat sugary foods allday, your system has to continuously fight this stress, which causes sustainedperspiration.

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Post time 13-12-2023 11:16 AM | Show all posts
sedapnya la hai donut tu
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Post time 15-12-2023 04:19 AM | Show all posts
ya, jika kita makan benda bergula dgn banyak, dan kebetulan sugar tu naik dalam darah kita dan slow untuk turun, maka kita akan alami beberapa symptoms, dan seperti dalam article diatas, iamya memang terjadi.

yang selalu dialamai jika sugar tinggi ialah rasa tidak sedap badan, rasa lesu dan feeling unwell in general. Jika ianya menjadi chronic, maka kita mula buang air kecil dgn byk, dan jadi dahaga lalu minum air dgn banyak pula (increased thirst, polyuria, polydipsia)
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