Impact Of Sugar On Health

Explorers are continually studying and debating the hazards and outcomes of a sugar-rich diet. Consuming too much sugar is associated with weight gain and obesity. Scientists have also correlated consuming too many sweets with the grown risk of heart disease. Other effects include skin problems and anxiety. In this article, we will talk about all the risk factors that high sugar content can bring.


Various studies have associated the eating of sweet foods and drinks to weight increase. Your body needs glucose to survive, but when you consume more than you need, what happens?

When you consume more sugar than the body can use, the body converts it into fatty acid and stores it for future use in adipose fatty cells, such as the hips, thighs, arms, and stomach.

Tooth decay

Sugar mixes with the bacteria and produces acids that dissolve and damage the tooth enamel, causing the tooth to decay. Sugar does not actually cause cavities, as opposed to common opinion. But the waste product (acid) produced by sugar mixing with your teeth will cause cavities. So if you’re not watching what you eat, you could be looking at a mouth full of decay.

Skin problems

Not just acne, but rosacea, skin dullness, and other skin conditions can be made worse by a sugar-rich diet. We know the idea that eating chocolate causes acne is an old wives’ tale, but can sugary foods really cause issues for your dermatological health?

Experts have lately established the relationship between consuming sweet foods with skin problems. Studies have confirmed the role of particular foods and dietary patterns to the dermatological problems.

Part 2 coming soon. Stay Tuned

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