Health problems that strike the sweet food enthusiasts

Girl licking a giant candy

Sweet is the common taste of food. Sweet food connoisseurs are also very numerous. The reason being sweet foods can soothe and serves as an effective mood booster. This kind of food may include candy, cookies, cake, and many others.

Most people view sugary foods as tasty, satisfying, and irresistible treats. But I believe that there are three words that can more accurately describe sugar: toxic, addicting, and deadly.

Besides being able to cause health problems such as weight gain, to diabetes, there are many diseases that would normally be encountered by food connoisseurs’ sweet or commonly called sweet-teeth person. Here are other health problems that can strike sweet food enthusiasts.

A headache

According to some studies, those who have a habit of eating sweet foods tend to easily experience headaches when they do not eat them for a long time. These symptoms are similar to when you are addicted to something.

Decreased immune system

Did you know that most of the sugar in the body can weaken the immune system? As a result, your body tends to be easily hurt.

A toothache

A toothache is a common disorder that affects sweet food connoisseurs. A toothache will also continue to appear even if you are diligent about brushing your teeth. Because the germs that cause tooth pain often hide inside the mouth where the toothbrush does not cover when brushing.


Too much sugar in the body also can make the skin becomes dull or acne.


Sweet food addicts often feel thirsty because of his rapid dehydration due to the sugars that accumulate.

Eating sugary foods is actually legitimate. But not too much because it is able to cause a series of health problems such as described above. So, if you include people who are fond of eating sweet foods, then cut back the consumption of these foods.

Geoffrey Nevine — IT Services and IT Consulting

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