...well, here's one more to sneak up on your weight and affect your health...
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic … -zone.aspx
The problem with fructose in agave syrup is not only weight gain, but also bloating and diarrhea, when excess of the syrup is taken, since a health person can absorb only about 25-40 grams of fructose by serving, and those (many) with fructose malabsorption can absorb less than 25 g of fructose. Honey, prunes and dried fruits in general, apples and pears are other foods high in fructose.
http://www.healthhype.com/foods-high-in … maps.html.
Interesting article, thanks. I have had a few friends and family members recommend agave nectar, but I haven't had the desire to try it. I prefer locally made honey, and use about 1-2 tsp a day in coffee or in plain greek yogurt.
I don't think I agree with the author's suggestion that agave is worse than HFCS, at least it isn't chemically engineered.
All I know for certain is that high fructose corn syrup is AWFUL. I easily dropped 5 lbs after eliminating just that from my diet in a month (same number of calories were being consumed, too!!). It is in soooo many things! After eliminating HFCS, all my food cravings for junk food stopped, too. Learning about HFCS is probably the best thing that has ever happened to me, my quality of life is a lot better now!
by KRC 7 years ago
The best sodas without high fructose corn syrup
by Audrey Selig 7 years ago
Does high fructose corn syrup cause major problems?I have been eating Yoplait yogurt for breakfast for about twenty years. I have fatty liver? I know that there have been some answers on this but not real specific.
by Kristine McAdams 5 years ago
What beers are safer for someone with fructose malabsorption?I realize that it is possible that no beer will be fructose-free, but I've read that beers made with corn are higher in fructose. I'm looking for some with a lower fructose content.
by Roberta Kyle 6 years ago
What is High Fructose Corn Syrup and is it any worse for you than sugar?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 7 years ago
Can anyone explain or guide me how high fructose corn is more of a filler than just corn syrup? Also, health differences?A friends makes BBQ without "high fructose corn syrup" and I want to fully understand the implications.
by Audrey Selig 5 years ago
If you see high fructose corn syrup on a food label, would you buy that item or not? Explain.
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