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‎Is increased hunger a sign of diabetes?

If you aren't exercising more or eating less, but notice you're hungry a lot, it could be a sign of diabetes. Diabetes stops glucose from entering your cells, so your body can't convert the food you eat into energy. This, in turn, starves your cells. No matter how much you eat, nothing seems to satisfy your hunger. To make matters worse, all that extra food can also cause you to gain weight.

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