Your Body Won't Know When It's Full
Some studies have suggested that eating too much sugar causes your body to develop a resistance to the hormone known as Leptin.
Essentially, Leptin is a hormone that sends signals to your brain telling you when you’re full and when to stop eating. It’s also known as the “satiety hormone” and is known to inhibit hunger.
You Could Develop Uneven Skin Tones
This usually occurs when you’ve developed insulin resistance known as acanthosis nigricans.
This hyperpigmentation can also form slight bumps on the skin.
You Develop A Resistance To Insulin
When your body develops resistance to insulin, other symptoms such as fatigue and high blood pressure will set in.
On top of that, you’ll likely be putting on more way because your body fails to feel full.
You're More Likely To Get Gout
While it was previously thought to only happen when one consumes too much rich meat, gout can also happen when you’ve had too much sugar in your diet.
You'll Feel Hungrier
The affects of a sugar rush are real and they’re pretty dangerous too.
Sugar rushes tend to give you a sudden burst of energy but when that energy has run out and when your body has processed all that sugar, it’s going to crave and want more, as such, you’ll feel hungrier each time.
You'll Age Faster
Sugar has this horrible habit of breaking down the collagen links and bonds under your skin. Eat too much sugar and your skin might lose its elasticity and in turn, its lustrous look and feel.
You Might Get Dementia
Diabetes is said to be linked to dementia and a decline in your cognitive function.
Sugar Is Bad For Your Mental Health
As mentioned earlier, sugar tends to cause your blood sugar level to crash and it’s bad for your mental health because it leaves you with anxiousness and anxiety.
It Could Be Linked To Cancer
Unhealthy eating habits in general tend to increase the risk of cancer.