I myself can't say that all that sugary goodness will bring about diabetes. Coming from a genetically diabetic familial tree, and consuming truckloads of sugar has not yet caused a problem for me. In fact my blood sugar levels are consistently good and causing no worry or concern for the doctor or me.
It's either a mystery or I have an extra pancreas.
Or, you just haven’t pushed that tipping point yet.
Regardless of your current BG levels, if your consuming a lot of sugar and forcing it to work over time or double time. How long can the poor thing keep up?
Personally, I think your doctor is an idiot for either not knowing this, or not warning you. Then again, I think many physicians are very uninformed as to how the whole thing works, regardless of having “Dr” before their names.
To quote Chris Rock, “Yeah I said it”
Like Pan says you don’t have it until you’ve got it.
That’s a really good way to put it.
I’m pre diabetic, and as some know, I follow a keto diet which keeps blood glucose low.
However, I have realized that even being slightly under the weather stresses my pancreas, and my BG goes up.
It’s a real balancing act.