There are two kinds of carbohydrates, sugars and starches:
Glucose and fructose included in fruits, fruit juices, milk, yoghurt, sweets, sugary drinks, chocolate and pastries.
Present in farinaceous foods such as pasta, rice, potatoes, pulses, bread and cereals, and pastries.
The abuse of foods rich in sugars wears out the pancreas, resulting in reduced insulin production and, in the worst case scenario, in resistance to insulin, a phenomenon which means that, although insulin is present, glucose cannot enter into the cells.
All of this makes the body work inadequately due to a lack of energy, and an increasing feeling of fatigue. The production of insulin is reduced because the pancreas is exhausted and in the end the levels of glucose in the blood rise, causing the development of diabetes.