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Dangers Of Taking Excessive Sugar

Hidden Sources of Sugar:

1. All processed foods are the richest sources of hidden sugar and different names are used to conceal this fact.

2. All salad dressings contain hidden sugar.

3. All soft drinks are the richest sources of hidden sugar.

4. All bakery items, including pizzas, pasta, sauces, and burgers are full of hidden sugar.

The sad part of the story is that we take all these items as healthy alternatives to normal meals. It means that the persons taking these things as an alternative to normal foods for the purpose of weight loss are on the wrong path. They are adding more sugar in their bodies, which increases their weight instead of decreasing it.

Dangers Related to Hidden Sugar Intake:

1. Belly Fats: Intake of excessive hidden sugar will increase deposits of fats in your belly. As a result you will experience increased level of triglyceride, overweight and a huge tummy.

2. Diabetes: Excess sugar in the body will result in “Diabetes”. It is one of the fatal diseases all over the world. A sugar patient will experience all problems related to diabetes.

3. Heart Disease: Elevated sugar level in the blood (diabetes) will result in the heart diseases. Diabetes is the prime cause of all the heart diseases. The heart attack risk of a diabetic patient increases many times as compared to a non-diabetic patient.

4. Vision Problems: Excess sugar level in the blood (diabetes) may result in leaky blood vessels in the eyes (Diabetic Retinopathy). It may result in blurred vision or spots in the field of vision, which may lead to glaucoma and cataract.

5. Central Nervous System: Excess sugar level in the blood (diabetes) may lead to a poor perception of heat, cold and pain, making you more prone to injuries. Ignoring such injuries, especially, when at a place not easily visible, may lead to serious problems like amputation of a finger or a foot.

6. Reproductive System: Excessive sugar level in the blood (diabetes) may lead to gestational diabetes, which results in high blood pressure during pregnancy. Due to this problem, the birth of the baby will be difficult due to a “higher birth weight”.