If you've committed to living healthier this year, one thing you've probably changed is your diet. Sweets are one of the first things people cut out of their meal plan, but not all sugar comes from dessert. You might not realize it, but your body will send you signs if you're eating too much sugar.
According to Family Doctor, the main sources of added sugars in the U.S. are sugary drinks (soft drinks, sports drinks, energy drinks, and juice drinks), candies and desserts such as cakes, cookies, pies, pastries, and doughnuts, and dairy desserts like ice cream and sweetened yogurt. However, Everyday Health warned that youdon't have to have a sweet tooth to have a diet high in sugar. The website noted that processed savory foods such as tomato sauces, canned soups, salad dressings, breads, and granola bars can also contain a ton of added sugars. Additionally, the sweet stuff is often is used to cut acidity in some sauces, and to make up for lost flavor in many fat-free foods.
One of the ways a person can tell if their diet is not as healthy as is should be is when they've started to make lifestyle changes, but they don't look or feel any different. Here are some weird signs you may be eating too much sugar.