Sugar has a bad reputation, but the truth is that it is an important source of energy and is necessary for our survival. Of course, not all sugars are created equal. Fructose found in fruits and vegetables and lactose found in dairy-rich foods are natural sugars that we don't have to worry about because these foods also contain fiber and calcium.
Added sugar and refined carbohydrates are regarded as 'empty calories,' owing to their lack of useful nutrients. Still, there are numerous potential signs of high blood sugar in the short and long term that you should be aware of, especially if you are at high risk.
Sugar may be the root cause of the skin problems you're having. Acne is the most common skin condition that can occur if you consume too much sugar. Acne is caused by an increase in androgen secretion, which is triggered by a high sugar intake. It also contributes to overproduction of oil and inflammation. So, don't blame your skin care routine and limit your sugar intake for healthy skin.
You're in a much worse mood than usual.
The blood sugar crash that occurs after a sugar high can cause mood swings and leave you feeling grumpy. Not to mention if your energy is depleted.
You're always getting cavities.
When sugar remains on your teeth, it feeds the plaque bacteria that are already present, causing acids to be produced that wear away at your tooth enamel (the hard surface of your teeth), resulting in cavities.
When you have too much sugar in your blood, your kidneys begin to try to excrete more sugar in order to get rid of it. And as they excrete the sugar, they also excrete water. This forces you to use the restroom more frequently than usual.
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