Signs that might mean you're eating too much sugar, according to health experts
Are you one of those who cannot miss a day without a dessert or a sweet at the end of every meal? After all, who doesn’t love eating mithai or a dessert? Although there is no harm in enjoying these treats once in a while, it’s no good if it becomes a habit. Chances are you already know that eating too much sugar isn’t good for you.
Overcoming Sugar Addiction
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High Sugar Consumption Has Drug-Like Effects On Your Brain After 12 Days, According To New Research
Like your body, your brain needs adequate energy to function. Simon Laughlin, a Cambridge University professor, says your brain needs a lot of fuel. Even at rest, your brain cells consume 20 percent of your body's energy. Why? Simon explains that processing and transmitting data through electrical signals is exhausting.
How High Sugar Levels Contribute To Fatigue And Constant Infections
Excessive tiredness is a sign your body is building resistance to sugar. "When there is not enough insulin, or the insulin isn’t working effectively, it means the sugar in our blood cannot get into our cells, and therefore our cells do not receive the energy they need. As a result, we feel tired."