A fasting blood sugar level of 99 mg/dL or lower is normal, 100 to 125 mg/dL indicates you have prediabetes, and 126 mg/dL or higher indicates you have diabetes.
Studies have known that diabetes leads to atherosclerosis. There has been evidence that this is associated with increased circulating levels of inflammatory white blood cells (WBCs), which contribute to the build-up of plaque
Over time, high blood sugar can damage blood vessels and the nerves that control your heart. This can make one suceptible to heart attacks or a stroke.
Yes. Diabetic dislipidemia occurs when someone has cholesterol along with high blood sugar people and also have triglycerides which build up over the years.
Yes not consuming sugar can help maintain blood sugar levels and also prevent adrenal exaustion which is caused due to sugar consumption.