How long does it take for sugar to leave your circulatory system?
How Long Does Sugar Stay In Your System?
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Depends on your body and on the type of sugar.
If a healthy person consumed candy, it’ll turn into glucose in 15-20 minutes, which our body processes in a “last in, first out” fashion, and their blood sugar will return to normal in 1-2 hours.
If they eat sugar faster than their body uses it, the unused glucose will be stored for later in the muscles and liver, which is bad and is associated with diabetes.
Speaking of diabetes, for a type 2 diabetic, the sugar to glucose process can take 3-4 hours.
Natural sugars are processed slower so they don’t cause a sudden spike in blood sugar, but it takes the same process as any sugar.