1. Constant Hunger
High blood sugar restricts glucose from reaching your cells, thus your body doesn’t get the needed energy for proper functioning and keeps asking for food, and the whole process occurs again and again. It’s actually a vicious circle that results in poor health and nutrition.
For example, people with type 2 diabetes have insulin resistance, meaning that their body can’t use insulin correctly to help the glucose get into the cells.
Insulin won’t also work well in fat, muscle, and other tissues, so your pancreas (the one that produces insulin) begins to make so much more to try and compensate. This leads to high insulin levels in the body, which send signals to the brain that your body is hungry.