Yes (with exception of artificial sweeteners). Sweets
(mainly sucrose) after digestion get converted to glucose in body.
Glucose is a form of sugar that enters the bloodstream. When blood glucose levels
rise after a food, the pancreas releases insulin into the blood. Insulin plays a major role in metabolism—the way
the body uses glucose for energy.
Insulin helps muscle, fat, and liver cells absorb glucose from the bloodstream,
lowering blood glucose levels.
Prolonged consumption of sweets lead to excess release of insulin which may further
result in a condition known as insulin resistance. When people have insulin resistance, glucose builds
up in the blood instead of being absorbed by the cells, leading to type 2 diabetes