Suara.com – Deddy Corbuzier not only does regular exercise but also commits to only consuming healthy food to maintain his muscular body. He even admitted to limiting sugar consumption for fear of developing diabetes.
When he tried his wife Sabrina Chairunnisa’s birthday cake, Deddy was immediately afraid of diabetes even though he had only eaten one spoon. This moment was recorded on Sabrina’s birthday surprise video which was shared via Instagram.
There was a moment when Deddy and his adopted daughter, Nada Tarina, brought tarts. After the moment of blowing out the candles, Sabrina cut the cake and fed her husband and Nada as well.
However, once fed by his wife, Deddy immediately left and was reluctant to be fed cake again.
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“It’s his birthday, I have diabetes,” said Deddy, quoted from Sabrina’s Instagram, Tuesday (22/11/2022).
Tart cake is indeed one of the foods high in calories and sugar. Seen on the site Fat Secret, one slice of tart contains 333 calories. About a small plate of tart cake also contains 20.9 grams of sugar.
Meanwhile, recommendation from the Ministry of Health that daily sugar intake for adults is a maximum of 50 grams a day or about four tablespoons.
Consuming excess sugar continuously, both from food and drink, has a high risk of causing health problems such as high blood sugar, obesity and diabetes mellitus. These three diseases are included in non-communicable diseases.
Data from the Ministry of Health’s Basic Health Research (Riskesdas) shows an increase in the prevalence of non-communicable diseases in Indonesia. Riskesdas data for 2013 shows the prevalence of diabetes is 1.5 per mil, increasing in 2018 to 2 per mil.
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Ministry of Health data also shows that 28.7 percent of Indonesian people consume sugar, salt, fat (GGL) in excess of the recommended limit. Meanwhile, as much as 61.27 percent of the population aged 3 years and over in Indonesia consume sweet drinks more than 1 time per day, and 30.22 percent of people consume sweet drinks 1-6 times per week.
Source: Suara.com – Berita Kesehatan Terkini by www.suara.com.
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