8 Warning Signs That You Are Eating Too Much Sugar

8 Warning Signs That You Are Eating Too Much Sugar

sugar lifestyle
For most of us sugary foods are tasty, comforting, and irresistible. But according to the doctors and researches sugar can be described in three words: toxic, addictive and deadly. Here are the warning signs that you might be eating too much sugar.

If you feel constantly tired and often reach for sugar to cure the fatigue then you are probably on a blood sugar rollercoaster. Even though high-sugar foods boost energy, it is the crash which comes later that makes you feel tired. This may be a time for you to check your diet to see if you are consume too much sugar.

Craving for carbs and sugar

If you crave for sugary snacks every day so much so that you might even call yourself a sugar addict, then it’s advisable to avoid processed foods and white sugar completely. You can replace it with natural sugar though.

Weak immunity

Excess intake of sugar can damage your white blood cells which are responsible for our immunity. If you are falling sick often then you might need to check your sugar intake.


Sugar can mess with your hormones and lead to mood swings and anxiety related issues. Sugar has the capacity to put one on a rollercoaster of emotions and you cannot escape it until you promise yourself to give up the sweet stuff.

Growth of acne

Sugar can just ruin your skin, causing acne and other imbalances. Your skin and hair are the indicators of what’s going inside your body. If you have annoying skin issues then you might like to pay attention to your sugar intake.
Sudden weight gain

Do you know fat doesn’t make you fat but sugar does! If you’ve been trying to lose weight by eating a low fat diet, but are still including sugars and other carbohydrates, it’s not helping your cause. Try cutting out the sugar and even most of the grains for a couple of weeks and see if it makes a difference. Sugar can also wreak havoc in the gut, which hinders weight loss too.

High blood pressure

Most people relate only salt with high blood pressure, but according to study by University of Colorado hypertension and excessive sugar consumption is related.


Too much sugar can increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. If you frequently feel thirsty in spite of regular eating and hydration then it’s a sign that you should consult your doctor and get yourself checked for pre-diabetes symptoms.

Source: Times of India