A Foggy Brain
Sweet foods make sugar in blood spike and then fall rapidly instead of gradually. If you’re kind of foggy, especially after a meal, you’re probably high on sugar.
Not Sweet Enough
If you ingest a lot of sugar, your taste buds’ tolerance for it goes up, making you need more and more to feel the sweetness.
Food that has lots of sugar in it may give you a boost of energy, but the fall is more like a crash. If you’re frequently tired, you’re probably having too much sugar.
Sugar creates addiction, so you will find yourself wanting more and more of it.
Excessive sugar gradually weakens your immune system, making you prone to colds.
Sometimes, the first sign of excessive consumption is skin problems: Acne, rosacea, eczema, or even just excessive oiliness or dryness can be a reflection of too much sugar in your body.
We may be stating the obvious, but nevertheless. Sugar has no protein of fiber, so it doesn’t lead to satiation, so you will eat some more. This can lead to diabetes.