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Dr. Gary Fettke ‘Nutrition and Inflammation’
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THE EVILS OF FRUCTOSE!
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Is Fruit Bad For You The Truth About Fructose
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How bad is fructose?
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If Fructose is Bad, What About Fruit?
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The Trouble With Fructose
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While it’s interesting to learn how fructose and glucose affect us differently, we rarely eat fructose and glucose in isolation. Instead, most of us get them through table sugar (and any of its 44 cousins), which is 50% fructose and 50% glucose. It’s clear pure fructose isn’t good for you health-wise.
Fructose is a type of sugar that makes up around 50% of table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup. Scientists are concerned that excessive intake may cause metabolic disorders. Why Is Fructose Bad. Copy Link.
Fructose is one of the most controversial forms of sugar available. With more and more research emerging claiming it could contribute to obesity, heart disease and liver problems, many have even called for it to be banned or restricted in some parts of the world. Natural fructose is the fructose present in the natural diets like in case of the fruits. Here fructose is present in a combined form where the fructose molecule is bound with the glucose molecule, as in case of the sucrose.
Thus the entry of fructose into blood lowers down because the sucrose molecule first needs to split in the intestinal cells. The Dr. Lustig youtube lecture indicated that fructose from fruits was not as bad because one also gets the fiber from the fruit which effects the biochemical outcome. I infer that the message is not only too much fructose but also not enough fiber. This is a processed form of fructose that is used as a sweetener to replace sugar.
On labels it can be labelled as HFCS or it may simply be labelled as fructose—either way, it’s the same thing. The bad news is, you will find fructose in most processed foods from. 12 September, 2011 There’s a significant focus in the popular media on the role of fructose in health. For instance, you may have heard that high-fructose corn syrup is bad for you and might wonder whether that’s because the fructose is “artificial” as opposed to “natural.” Actually, there’s no difference between artificial and natural fructose.
Fructose is similar to sugar that can gradually raise the sugar levels in the blood. There are a lot of arguments for and against the fructose present in fruits. Most of the health experts agree that the amount of fructose contained in naturally grown fruits is minimal and perfect for the health. There is growing scientific consensus that one of the most common types of sugar, fructose, can be toxic to the liver, just like alcohol. Fructose is the sugar that makes fruit taste sweet.
For most people, there’s nothing wrong with eating fructose in its natural state, in fruit. Approved by Dr. Becky Maes Fructose is not harmful when consumed naturally through foods, such as fresh fruit or honey.
It is still a sugar, though, and should be consumed in moderation (2-3 pieces of fruit per day). Processed Fructose (High Fructose Corn Syrup) turns a natural sweetener into a chemically ridden poison and should be avoided.
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