The answer to this is ‘NO’ but it is important to understand that consuming excessive sugar is not good for overall health.Though it doesn’t directly cause diabetes, it indirectly adds up to the risk. Extra carbohydrates (may it be simple sugar or any other refined foods) get stored in the body as ‘FATS’, abdominal area being the most common place for their deposition. This abdominal obesity in turn is a forerunner to diabetes.
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Tejas is a nutritionist (registered dietician) and Diabetes educator. She has done her post graduation in Health Sciences and she is a gold medalist of Pune University. She has completed her PhD in Health Sciences (Diabetes Prevention). She works with Diabetes Unit, KEM Hospital (Pune) and Just for Hearts (Pune). She is an eminent speaker, a skilled counselor and an influential writer.
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