Many Nigerians can’t just stay away from sugar, be it in the form of taking soft drinks, eating too much carbohydrate food or binging on any other source of sugar. The need to balance our meal can never be over emphasized especially in Nigeria where many people eat mainly carbonhydrates. The risks are even higher, therefore just so you don’t end up destroying your life by what you eat, you shouldn’t ignore when it comes to sugar consumption…
Increased hunger (especially after eating)
Frequent urination or urine infections
Unexplained weight loss (even though you are eating and feel hungry)
Fatigue (weak, tired feeling)
If you have any of the above mentioned warnings signs of diabetes, give your doctor a call and schedule a diabetes test as early detection could reduce some serious health complications!!!