10 responses

  1. Mark
    October 16, 2017

    In your first paragraph you state that “sugar…may lead to…diabetes.” In the last you state that “sugar itself does not lead to diabetes.” Can you clarify that for me?

    Thank you


    • Tony
      May 1, 2018

      It’s not the cause of diabetes but, if you have diabetes it’s not good for you


    • Aragbaye Temitope
      August 8, 2020

      Sugar is not the cause of diabetes. Diabetes comes into play when the body lost the ability to process or metabolize sugar. The beta cell of Langerhans of the liver converts sugar I.e glucose to Glycogen but immediately this activity is impaired i.e the liver losing the ability to produce insulin, sugar that ought to be converted to glucose becomes stored up in the blood leading to hyperglycemia. Mind you, diabetes is not caused by the sugar but diabetes caused the excess storage of sugar in the blood.


  2. muhammed Shola
    April 15, 2019

    You said sugar does not lead diabetes, please can you let me know what causes diabetes. Thank you


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