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Effects of having deserts after dinner every day | The Indian Express

Effects of having deserts after dinner every day

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Eating dessert after dinner regularly can have negative effects on overall health, including sleep habits and metabolism.

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Consuming too much sugar can cause insulin resistance, which raises the risk of Type 2 diabetes.

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Regular consumption of sugary snacks can raise triglyceride levels, which can lead to cardiovascular problems.

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Excessive sugar intake can upset the hormonal balance, hasten the ageing process, and increase the risk of chronic diseases.

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Desserts can have detrimental effects on one's health even if they release dopamine, which makes one feel happy and satisfied.

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To counteract the negative consequences, prioritise nutrient-dense foods, maintain a balanced diet, and engage in frequent physical activity.

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Reduce the amount of calories and sugar consumed via portion control and healthier dessert options.

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