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Confirmed—Fructose Can Increase Your Hunger and Lead to Overeating

Eating Too Much

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  • Scientists using fMRI tests have shown that fructose triggers changes in your brain that may lead to overeating and weight gain. When you drink a beverage containing fructose, your brain does not register the feeling of being full, as it does when you consume simple glucose
  • Fructose is also metabolized to fat in your body far more rapidly than any other sugar, and the metabolism of fructose by your liver creates a long list of waste products and toxins, including a large amount of uric acid, which drives up blood pressure and can cause gout
  • As a standard recommendation, I advise keeping your total fructose consumption below 25 grams per day. For most people it would also be wise to limit your fructose from fruit to 15 grams or less
  • According to a recent study, altering your typical eating habits―such as getting up in the middle of the night for a snack―causes a certain protein to desynchronize your internal food clock, which can have a detrimental effect on your health and well-being

By Dr. Mercola

People everywhere are finally waking up to the indisputable fact that all sugars are not created equal when it comes to the physical end results they create.

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