Donuts nad bagel display.
Donuts nad bagel display. (Photo: Igor Ovsyannykov/ )

Who would want to resist the temptations of mouth-watering donuts right? Once you take hold of the colorful, enticing donuts of Bomboloni, Krispy Kreme, Dunkin' Donuts, Beignet, Doughs Donuts, Youtiao, German Berliners, and Greek Doughnuts, surely, you wouldn't help but crave only for more. 

Unfortunately, with an average calorie of about 303 and 27 grams of sugar depending on the brand, most people say giving in to these sweet temptations isn't a good thing. No matter how beautiful these desert can be, eating this comfort food can result in several negative health issues you may never ever want to embrace. These health issues include obesity, cancer, and even diabetes, which could result in complications such as kidney problems, cardiovascular problems, and emotional stability in the long run, as revealed by Live Strong.

But, did you know that aside from these negative health issues donuts can pose to your health, these desert can also make your skin, especially the face, become worse big time? Given this reason, experts say, if you are trying to make your skin more radiant and glowing, consuming this heavenly dessert won't be of any help.

The negative effects of these donuts on your skin are due to its high sugar content. The added sugar in this desert is too high that once consumed, the pancreas is pushed to produce more insulin. Once more of this chemical is produced, more growth factors and male hormones are also released in the body. These hormones push the skin, especially in the face, to produce more oil that could lead to clogged pores and even acne.

Donuts are not just the only food that could trigger excess oil production, clogged pores, and acne. Foods that are also rich in refined sugar such as ice cream, bread, cakes, soft drinks, juice, chocolates, and jam can't just increase your insulin levels but also can damage your skin, according to Health Line.

So, the next time you are craving for your daily dose of sugar, better turn to natural alternatives instead. Low-sugar fruits such as watermelon, strawberries blackberries, honeydew melon, grapefruit, avocadoes, and peaches can curb your hunger for sweets without hurting your skin. Furthermore, these fruits also have the vitamins and minerals your body needs for your organs to function at their best.

So, given all these, is eating donut bad? When eating foods rich in refined sugar such as donut, moderation is always the key. Besides, depriving yourself of this desert forever can only lead you to crave for this food even more.