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I came across the below article and i am thinking about chocolates now.

No, chocaholics aren't destined to develop diabetes. The disease is thought to be caused by a combination of genetic and lifestyle factors. And the high level of sugar in someone's bloodstream is not the same thing as the refined stuff you buy in bags from the supermarket. That said, being overweight can increase the risk for developing type 2 diabetes, and eating a lot of sugar can pack on the pounds. If your family has a history of diabetes, eating healthfully and exercising regularly is recommended to keep everyone's weight in check. For those who already have diabetes, those same things will help them manage the disease

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mmm yes! see diabetes type2 is a condition where,there is tissue resistence to insuline so the glucose uptake which was facilitated by insulin will not occur,serum level of glucose will increase but tissue wont get it..this glucose which is not consumed cause damage by forming reduced compounds and if you are taking more of sugar from outside then its going to worsen it rt? otherwise if someone is not having diabetes,consuming too much sugar wont make some one diabetic untill unless he/she is not having the risk factor for diabetes..