Wednesday, May 16, 2018


Almost everyone likes sugar, even though we know it can cause serious health problems. But if you eat too much sugar, you will encounter these early warning signs! Once you’ve truly grasped what sugar does to your body, sweet treats will be a lot less appealing.


Craving sugar and carbohydrates.

When you are constantly craving sugar and carbohydrates, you know that you have a sugar addiction. In that case, In order to get rid of the sugar inside your body, you will have to follow a detoxification treatment.

Lack of energy and fatigue

Another sign of a sugar addiction is constantly feeling tired, without there being a specific reason for it. Although sugar and carbohydrates give you a temporary energy boost, they suck the energy out of your body. You might be eating too much sugar if you’re always tired, even after you’ve slept well.


Feet and skin problems.

Excessive sugar consumption can cause eczema, rosacea or acne. That is because sugar can cause inflammation in the body. Removing sugar from your diet may help you solve this problem. According to Dr. S. Green, a podiatrist from New York, the main culprit for Plantar fasciitis is sugar. Plantar fasciitis is a condition that causes pain in the heels and feet. Fatigue and dark circles under the eyes can also be caused by excessive sugar consumption.

Weight gain.

What is important to keep in mind is that too much sugar is equivalent to too many calories. This is because sugar does not contain proteins or fibres. Insulin resistance and weight gain can be caused by excessive insulin production due to excessive sugar intake.

Regular flu and cold.

If you regularly suffer from flu or a cold, you may be eating too much sugar. By consuming too much sugar, your body is less able to effectively fight off flu and colds, and your immune system is also weakened.

If you experience the symptoms listed above, you should try to limit the intake of sugar as soon as possible, in order to improve your health and avoid numerous health issues.


Anonymous said...

That feeling when you're reading this article and you're aware that you are diabetic.

Dennis Ellis said...

I hereby must watch/slow/stop the amount of sugar I eat daily~ Dangerous levels. Thanks 4 re learned knowledge. Vaya Con Dios.

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Anonymous said...

First I knew Plantar fasciitis was caused by too much sugar I was told it was caused by the way you walk and too much walking on hard surfaces and part of arthritis . My blood sugar levels are ok I recently had a blood test.