Here’s What Happens When You Stop Eating Sugar

You reduce your risk of diabetes

Frequent high blood sugar means more insulin production, which leads into insulin resistance. That occurs when the insulin your body makes becomes less able to process the amount of glucose in the bloodstream. It puts additional stress on your liver and pancreas, and left unchecked, leads into full blown diabetes.

When you have diabetes, insulin no longer works to process glucose and the body goes to some extreme measures to get rid of the excess that is not used for fuel. Quit sugar now to give your body the chance to bring insulin production back in line and avoid a diabetes diagnosis.