Diabetes: The fat that 'should not be avoided' to help you lose weight

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Am I diabetic?

When blood sugar levels are consistently high, your body will begin to display warning signs.

In the beginning, the changes can be so subtle that they can go unnoticed for a very long time.

As high blood sugar increasingly damages blood vessels, as well as other organs in the body, symptoms might become more noticeable.

Look out for the following, as pointed out by the NHS:

Peeing more than usual, particularly at night

  • Feeling thirsty all the time
  • Feeling very tired
  • Losing weight without trying to
  • Itching around your penis or vagina, or repeatedly getting thrush
  • Cuts or wounds taking longer to heal
  • Blurred vision.