Cool drinks, sweets, bakery foods, ice creams, biscuits, chocolates…all these are also high in sugar. Also sugar is added to many drinks. The number of people who consume a lot of sugar in their daily diet is also high. Studies have shown that those who eat too much sugar are more likely to develop kidney stones in the future. Obesity, dehydration, diabetes, gout also cause the problem of kidney stones. Also eating sugary foods can cause kidney stones. The US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey collected data on who eats what foods. 88% of those who eat sugary foods are found to be affected by the problem of kidney stones.
Eating too much sugar increases the amount of calcium and oxalate in the body. They accumulate in the urine. Eventually they turn into small stones and crystals. They accumulate in kidney and ureter and settle as stones. That’s why you should reduce the consumption of foods that contain a lot of sugar. Even if you don’t eat sugary foods, there is no harm to the body. If you have a sweet tooth, try eating things made with jaggery. If the body gains weight, diseases like diabetes and high blood pressure will come quickly. Along with them, there are chances of heart disease and cancer. So it is very important to stay away from sugary foods. Eating sugary foods can also cause tooth decay. Tooth decay can also come with oral problems. So, say goodbye to sugar and show interest in eating fresh fruits and vegetables. Eating foods high in sugar causes triglycerides to build up in the body. This can lead to heart disease. The lower the sugar intake, the better the heart health. Sugar should be avoided to avoid accumulation of fat in the blood.
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