Fructose Poisoning and Its Effects on Your Body
What Can Fructose Do to You?
One of the most common ingredients in the modern diet is also one that often goes unnoticed — and yet this ubiquitous substance causes serious health problems and is no doubt contributing to the worldwide obesity epidemic. This substance is fructose, and according to an article in the October 2013 issue of Life Extension, the danger is fructose poisoning.
Fructose is a sugar, but it acts more like a toxin, as far as your body is concerned. While naturally-occurring fructose in fruit and vegetables is not a threat, the concentrated version, high fructose corn syrup, places a huge burden on the metabolic system — particularly the liver. The liver reacts by producing large amounts of lipids (fats) and uric acid. Meanwhile, the excessive load of sweetener floating through the bloodstream creates insulin resistance, a factor in metabolic syndrome (and eventually diabetes). This form of metabolic poisoning makes it practically impossible for your body to burn its excess weight. Fructose consumption in the U.S. has increased by 1,000 percent since the 1960s. If you struggle with obesity, fructose poisoning may be to blame.
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