Web Desk. Most people’s dinner is not complete until they eat sweet, while nutritionists call sugar addictive. Sweets are also thought to cause a number of health problems, including diabetes and weight gain, and now there is another side effect. New medical research has revealed that in fact, too much sugar or added sugar can weaken the body’s immune system.
This joint study by the England University of Bristol, the Swansea University of Wales, and the Francis Crick Institute light on the body’s immune system for the first time. It is also linked to diseases such as type 2 diabetes and fatty liver…etc.
The study found that eating too much sugar affects the immune system, and stimulates molecules that are thought to cause inflammation. This type of inflammation damages cells and tissues, resulting in various diseases.
The study, published in the medical journal Nature Communications, looked at how fructose can lead to diabetes and obesity. Research has shown that it causes inflammation that is often associated with obesity.
Medical experts say the results help us understand why certain foods end up being unhealthy. An earlier study found that eating too much sugar can be detrimental to mental health.
Research has shown that high blood sugar, which is also thought to cause diabetes and obesity, can lead to enzymatic diseases of the brain, and people who are accustomed to eating more sweets but do not have diabetes. They also increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.