is there any chance to get sugar (diabetics) if we eat sweets ?
October 20, 2009 11:36am CST
hi friends i like sweets and i have them more..in our class we got a discussion about eating more sweets results in sugar.....i already have an hefty personality and i never go for any exercises....should i stop eating sweets...why i am asking you this is because..my parents and grand parents have that problem..is the case that it will be sure with inheritance...should i take any measures to prevent my self from it...and some of them said that..insulin generation if stopped results in sugar ..and a doctor advice is that the problem is because of the odd time table we had...according to him we should have proper planning about the food ..time we are having our break fast,lunch and dinner...and should have a pleasant sleep for 8 hours daily..so it can help completely free from sugar
21 Oct 09
Diabetes usually is inherited. And if you do have a sweet tooth as well, you are at risk of having it. But it doesnt always follow that if you eat too much sweets, you will get diabetes. Our pancreas release insulin that balances the sugar in our blood.
21 Oct 09
hi friend is there any chance to avoid my self form getting effected..and my grand parents have that and my father inherited it.....is there any chance that i will be effected and is there any chance for not being effected completely..should i take any precautions....is that sure that will get 100% through inheritance..
24 Jan 10
When we talk of sweets, it definitely means sugar. Our body needs sugar for energy but too much of it is bad for your health. In your case, you should be more cautious of your food intake of sweets and carbohydrates because high blood sugar (diabetics) runs in your family as you mentioned. Follow your doctor's advise because he knows best and he's right. Exercise regularly and drink more water. My mother joined our creator early because of this. That's why we control ourselves from eating too much carbohydrates and sweets. Hope this will help you.