No, diabetes is a breakdown of the pancreas and glucose uptake. If you are healthy, then after eating the cake, the glucose level will return to normal in a few hours, without the help of medication or insulin injections
Well, damn it. Natural diabetes mellitus. Well, damn it (2).
So far, ICD-10 broadcasts only about type 1 (insulin-dependent) and type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus (we will not talk about insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus for now). The first type , in short, has an autoimmune / viral / idiopathic nature, due to which the b-cells of the pancreas are destroyed, and there is simply nothing to produce insulin. It usually makes its debut at a rather young age (more often up to 25-27 years), acutely, and requires constant insulin therapy. The second type is a rather slow process, originating from IGT (impaired glucose tolerance) and insulin resistance, and slowly leading to this very hyperglycemia> 11.1; in this case, there is insulin - just the receptors for it on the cell surface do not work well. With further progression and inadequate therapy, insulin therapy also becomes necessary (the secretory function of b-cells decreases due to chronic hyperglycemia); with good glycemic control, it will also be needed, but later.
Glucose is not the cause of diabetes . Its increased level in the blood ( hyperglycemia )> 11.1 mmol / L in any measurement (appearing not from 10 chupachups in a row, but from an impressive list of other reasons) is the main pathogenetic key for the further highway to hell in the form of complications of diabetes.
As for the use of sweets (this implies, apparently, increased and chronic) - it may lead to overweight and then obesity, which may lead to metabolic syndrome, which may contribute to the gradual formation of insulin resistance. Or it may not. Everything, again, is individual.
It will be natural diabetes mellitus (there is also diabetes insipidus), but not the classic one with insulin injections, but the second type.
Type 2 diabetes occurs when the cells of the body , which must process glucose in response to an insulin signal, no longer react to it (eat sweets all the time - insulin is produced all the time and hits the cells - the cells "get used" to it and no longer respond).
One of the main risk factors for this disease is obesity. if a person eats too much, then most likely he also eats too much sweets.