This Is What Actually Happens To Your Body When You’re Eating Too Much Sugar, According To Dietitians

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If your goal is to eat healthier and you're new to healthy eating, it's important to look at how much sugar you're eating on a daily basis. Consuming too much of this common ingredient can negatively and severely affect your skin health, gut health, and metabolism, often leading to weight gain and an imbalanced gut microbiota (causing gas, bloating, diarrhea, and constipation).
With that in mind, we turned to dietitians, nutritionists, and other health professionals to get your body's warning signs that suggest you're eating too much sugar. Read on for tips, suggestions, and insights from Trista Best, MPH, RD, LD, Registered Dietitian at Balance One Supplements, and Lisa Richards, Registered Dietitian and Creator of The Candida Diet.
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1. You'll see more breakouts, pimples, and duller looking skin
A major downside to eating too much sugar, Best warns, is that it can accelerate skin aging. This can lead to premature wrinkling, sagging skin, etc. "Relying on sugary, processed convenience foods as your main food source can be detrimental to your health and age you faster," she says. These types of foods (like sugary pastries, granola bars, granola, candies) are made with "refined carbohydrates" along with sugars that "may speed up the aging process."
It can also mean more breakouts, drier skin, and an overall duller appearance as opposed to a radiant, supple appearance. Sugary snacks and treats "not only accelerate aging, but also lead to poor gut health," says Best (which we'll get to next). "Both side effects are detrimental to general health." Best advice is to "limit these foods in your diet and only rely on them when absolutely necessary." While you don't have to skip the occasional sugary treat, Best says to "include more whole foods and antioxidant-rich foods like fruits and vegetables," which will decrease oxidative damage internally and externally.
2. You have stomach pain, weight gain, and indigestion
If you have frequent chronic bloating and/or other signs of indigestion, Richards emphasizes that it's not only important to see a doctor, but also to re-evaluate your diet and identify what might be triggering it. She notes that this reaction is often due to eating too many sugary foods or refined carbohydrates because they lack fiber, an essential nutrient for healthy digestion.
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"A diet full of sugary, processed junk foods is a leading cause of gut dysbiosis and fungal infections," Richards explains one of the negative effects your body can experience." Richards says that "the longer you eat a high-sugar diet, the more resistant your body becomes to the blood-sugar-lowering effects of insulin." This, she points out, "inevitably leads to diabetes to lead".
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Gut health has been "linked to immunity, glucose control, heart health and digestion," and making this a priority can help you achieve all of your other health goals (like weight loss, more energy, better sleep, healthy aging). Recent research, Richards concludes, has even discovered "links between gut health and mental health." Overall, as Richards points out, "It's safe to say that an unhealthy gut can cause problems in any part of your body," and when you replace sugary foods and refined carbohydrates with whole foods, you'll notice a difference.

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