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EFFECTS OF EXCESS SUGAR IN THE BODY

Generally, some “food” we eat on a daily bases contains “sugar”. This sugar accumulates to become calories in your body. Many of us find eating excess sugar really interesting but in the medical sense, it is your own way of killing your body. However, this does not mean that taking delicious meal or sugary food at times is bad but when it is being abused or constantly taken, the effect is hazardous to the body. There are so many foods that contain a high % of sugar. Such foods include cake, snacks and many more. These delicious or tasty food/snacks that have high sugar concentration have more effect than you can imagine. Some of these negative effects of excess sugar in take are;

WEIGHT GAIN

weight gain is one of the disadvantages of taking in excess sugar. A large number of us are fond to eating “food” highly concentrated with fructose. Some foods highly filled with this simple sugar (fructose) are your beverages, soda drinks, juice and more. Excess intake of fructose makes you have high appetite. Fructose also hinders the functionality of leptin (hormone that regulates food intake and satisfaction).

After all said, sugary food only increases you desire to keep eating and if this is not properly check, it can cause obesity, diabetics, heart issues and visceral fat accumulation.

RISK OF DIABETES

Obesity is one of the factors of diabetes. Recently, a large number of people have being diagnosed of diabetes. Diabetes can be caused by several reasons. Some reasons are hereditary while some are caused by excess intake of sugar.

However, medical researches has it that people consuming beverages, soft drinks, juice have a high risk of deteriorating in health and have diabetes.

 

INCREASES THE RISK OF DEPRESSION

Highly concentrated sugar diet can increase the risk of depression. Sometimes a lot of people just enjoy the taste of sugary food without understanding the detrimental effects of these intakes to the body. Excess sugar intake has a great effect on your mental stability because blood sugar swings, inflammation and neurotransmitter deregulation are the detrimental impact of sugar to your mental health.

 

INCREASES HEART DISEASE RISK

Excess intake of sugar increases the risk of having heart problems. Excess sugar results in obesity, inflammation and other related symptoms of heart failure or primary factors of heart failure. Considering the health discomfort as well as inconvenience heart disorder is associated with then it is time to reduce the sugar level in your meal.

Another disease related to excess sugar intake is atherosclerosis. This disease is a fatty and is caused by excess intake of sugar. When a person/patient has this disease, a heart failure or disorder is not any far from you.

Generally excess intake of sugar increases body calories which is hazardous for the body.

CAUSES ACNE

Major factors that excess intake of sugar triggers are blood sugar & insulin level which increases inflammation, oil secretion/production and androgen secretion. All these factors are basic factors that trigger acne. Teenagers taking in too much sugar food are prone to having acne. Over the years, a large number of teenagers have been diagnosed of acne.

In conclusion, health is precious and to keep a healthy and balanced health condition, you need to avoid food that will put your life at risk. Everything about dieting should be properly observed. From all the effects above, it is ideal to say that excess intake of sugar is more negative side effects than little intake. To balance your meal, a little bit of everything is all you need to eat. Healthy living is an important key in health stability.

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