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If I Have Diabetes, Will I Have To Stop Eating Sugar?

What is that saying? Everything is good but only in moderation? Well this rings true when it comes to eating sugar with diabetes too. You probably already know that eating a lot of sugar is not great for your body. The problem is that sugar comes in a natural form and in an added form, so sometimes you have no idea that you are consuming it. Also, it is in many foods that you don’t even think to consider. Foods that you think are healthy, such as tomato sauce and protein bars, are packed full of sugar. This article breaks down the facts about eating sugar with diabetes and how you can make the best choices for your body in order to effectively manage your diabetes. How does sugar impact the blood sugar levels? Normally, when you eat something that contains sugar, your pancreas releases insulin. This insulin partners up with the sugar molecules and together they enter into the cells and provide energy to your body. When you have diabetes, your body either isn’t making enough insulin anymore, or your body is resistant to the insulin that you are creating. This prevents the sugar from being used by your cells and it just hangs out in your bloodstream causing high blood sugar level Continue reading >>

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  1. leahkian

    This is one of my biggest problems with people who do not understand diabetes, When you tell tell them you are a diabetic and they say so you can't have sugar then, at times i have to walk away before i say some thing. Would these people say to someone in the army who had lost a leg, so you only need one shoe. NO they would not or if they seen someone with cancer who's hair had fallen out, so you won't need any shampoo NO. So why do they think we cannot have sugar have we a big sign that says no sugar allowed. I am not trying to upset anyone who knows someone who has lost leg or has cancer, i am just using it as a example( my father has had polio since he was 3 and my mother had cancer in which most of her belly was taken away so i would not want to upset anyone)

  2. Grateful

    In my opinion public knowledge of diabetes (I am not sure what type you are by the way) is not just zero, but negative, i.e. actually wrong most of the time.
    For that matter that was a perfect description of me when I was diagnosed.
    Impossible to go through the mountain of stuff that I did not understand. But I think it started with the fact that I had never understood what a "carbohydrate" is, nor how all those "healthy" foods (rice, pasta, bread, potatos, etc.) are to all intents and purposes equivalent to what the general public calls "sugar" but they don't know it.

  3. miszu

    Well... Its true..? I mean sugar does bad to us indeed.
    People who are not associated with diabetes dont really know much about this condition which is sad, but we diabetics dont know about so many other diseases too right? So its natural. When someone asks me even a silly question I know they ask because they r curious, worried so I might just take some time to educate them. Will not hurt anyone.

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Top 8 Signs You are Eating Too Much Sugar - Causes of Eating too Much Sugar Please Subscribe our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCddY... Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Healthy-Life- 1788698948041407/?ref=page_internal Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/healthw82 Follow us on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/105645034... Top 8 Signs that you are eating too much sugar Most of us have a sweet tooth and we love eating sugary foods. Not only children, many adults have a habit of eating more sugar than necessary. Aside from the natural sugar in foods like fruits, many foods and beverages have added sugar to them, which can contribute to problems like weight gain and obesity, diabetes and heart disease. Here are Top 8 Signs that you are eating too much sugar 1. Gain weight Eating too much sugar leads to weight gain and an increased risk of obesity. Empty calories in sugar inhibit your fat burning cells. In addition, it causes a high level of insulin in your body and disorders with your metabolism. 2. Type 2 Diabetes Eating too much sugar or sugary foods is one of the main reasons to develop type 2 diabetes. Excess sugar causes resistance to insulin and elevated insulin in the blood, two key factors that contribute to the development of diabetes. In addition, eating more sugar leads to an accumulation of fatty deposits around the liver. Overtime affects the functioning of the pancreas, which in turn leads to insulin resistance. 3. Poor oral health Sugar is not at all good for your oral health. It is one of the reasons behind gum disease and cavities. Several bacteria naturally grow in your mouth, and when you eat sugary foods, you are giving bacteria a chance to thrive and multiply, leading to cavities. 4. Heart problems If you suffer from some type of heart problem, the culprit could be the high level of sugar in your diet. A sugary diet has the potential to wreak havoc on your heart as it can cause high blood pressure as well as high cholesterol. 5. Bad Memory High doses of sugar lead to a rapid rise in your blood sugar, which in turn prevents glucose from entering cells, including brain cells. Without glucose, the brain lacks the energy needed to function properly. This can cause trouble concentrating, remembering and making decisions. 6. Skin problems Sugar has an inflammatory effect on the body, so it contributes to the inflammatory problems of the skin. In addition, high sugar intake leads to a process known as glycation, which can speed up the aging process and make your skin more likely to bleed and develop wrinkles. 7. Low energy Sugar is full of empty calories that are not providing any nutrition. Although eating sugary foods gives you a quick energy boost, you will soon end up crashing and feeling fatigued. 8. Poor liver function A diet rich in sugar can also affect the health of the liver. Sugar is mainly composed of glucose and fructose, both metabolized in the liver and converted into lipids. When you eat more sugar, your liver has to work harder. In addition, overproduction of lipids may further affect their liver function.

Can Eating Too Much Sugar Cause Type 2 Diabetes?

Because type 2 diabetes is linked to high levels of sugar in the blood, it may seem logical to assume that eating too much sugar is the cause of the disease. But of course, it’s not that simple. “This has been around for years, this idea that eating too much sugar causes diabetes — but the truth is, type 2 diabetes is a multifactorial disease with many different types of causes,” says Lynn Grieger, RDN, CDE, a nutrition coach in Prescott, Arizona, and a medical reviewer for Everyday Health. “Type 2 diabetes is really complex.” That said, some research does suggest that eating too many sweetened foods can affect type 2 diabetes risk, and with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimating that 30.3 million Americans have the disease — and that millions of more individuals are projected to develop it, too — understanding all the risk factors for the disease, including sugar consumption, is essential to help reverse the diabetes epidemic. The Sugar and Type 2 Diabetes Story: Not So Sweet After the suspicion that sugar was the cause of diabetes, the scientific community pointed its finger at carbohydrates. That makes sense, notes Grieger, explaining tha Continue reading >>

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  1. leahkian

    This is one of my biggest problems with people who do not understand diabetes, When you tell tell them you are a diabetic and they say so you can't have sugar then, at times i have to walk away before i say some thing. Would these people say to someone in the army who had lost a leg, so you only need one shoe. NO they would not or if they seen someone with cancer who's hair had fallen out, so you won't need any shampoo NO. So why do they think we cannot have sugar have we a big sign that says no sugar allowed. I am not trying to upset anyone who knows someone who has lost leg or has cancer, i am just using it as a example( my father has had polio since he was 3 and my mother had cancer in which most of her belly was taken away so i would not want to upset anyone)

  2. Grateful

    In my opinion public knowledge of diabetes (I am not sure what type you are by the way) is not just zero, but negative, i.e. actually wrong most of the time.
    For that matter that was a perfect description of me when I was diagnosed.
    Impossible to go through the mountain of stuff that I did not understand. But I think it started with the fact that I had never understood what a "carbohydrate" is, nor how all those "healthy" foods (rice, pasta, bread, potatos, etc.) are to all intents and purposes equivalent to what the general public calls "sugar" but they don't know it.

  3. miszu

    Well... Its true..? I mean sugar does bad to us indeed.
    People who are not associated with diabetes dont really know much about this condition which is sad, but we diabetics dont know about so many other diseases too right? So its natural. When someone asks me even a silly question I know they ask because they r curious, worried so I might just take some time to educate them. Will not hurt anyone.

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Can Eating Too Much Sugar Cause Type 2 Diabetes?

Olivia Yang was stunned when she learned she had type 2 diabetes six years ago, when she was 19. Her doctor was shocked, too. In fact, her physician tested her twice to be sure there wasn’t some mistake. Yang was young, had a normal weight for her 5-foot-2-inch frame, and didn’t consider herself a particularly bad eater. She certainly didn’t seem like someone at risk. Now a new study may hint at why some patients end up with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes even when they don’t appear to have all of the typical risk factors such as age, obesity, and an unhealthy diet. Yang learned of her condition sophomore year of college. She’d gone for a physical — a requirement in order to begin working out with a fitness trainer — but her A1C blood test came back abnormally high, indicating diabetes. An A1C test tells a person’s average blood sugar level over the past few months. More specifically, an A1C test measures what percentage of your hemoglobin — a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen — is coated with sugar. It’s used to diagnose type 1 and type 2 diabetes and to keep tabs on how a person is managing their condition over time. Normal readings land below 5 Continue reading >>

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  1. leahkian

    This is one of my biggest problems with people who do not understand diabetes, When you tell tell them you are a diabetic and they say so you can't have sugar then, at times i have to walk away before i say some thing. Would these people say to someone in the army who had lost a leg, so you only need one shoe. NO they would not or if they seen someone with cancer who's hair had fallen out, so you won't need any shampoo NO. So why do they think we cannot have sugar have we a big sign that says no sugar allowed. I am not trying to upset anyone who knows someone who has lost leg or has cancer, i am just using it as a example( my father has had polio since he was 3 and my mother had cancer in which most of her belly was taken away so i would not want to upset anyone)

  2. Grateful

    In my opinion public knowledge of diabetes (I am not sure what type you are by the way) is not just zero, but negative, i.e. actually wrong most of the time.
    For that matter that was a perfect description of me when I was diagnosed.
    Impossible to go through the mountain of stuff that I did not understand. But I think it started with the fact that I had never understood what a "carbohydrate" is, nor how all those "healthy" foods (rice, pasta, bread, potatos, etc.) are to all intents and purposes equivalent to what the general public calls "sugar" but they don't know it.

  3. miszu

    Well... Its true..? I mean sugar does bad to us indeed.
    People who are not associated with diabetes dont really know much about this condition which is sad, but we diabetics dont know about so many other diseases too right? So its natural. When someone asks me even a silly question I know they ask because they r curious, worried so I might just take some time to educate them. Will not hurt anyone.

  4. -> Continue reading
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