Fructose: Sweeter But Not Healthier

Fructose: Sweeter But Not Healthier

Fructose, which is used primarily in beverages and baked goods, seems to reduce satiety. At the same time it adds significant calories to your diet. So you are eating more calories, but you do not feel like you are eating more calories!

Of all the naturally occurring sugars, fructose is the sweetest. For many years it was hoped that replacing l...

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