Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fructose Dangers-Part 2

Fructose converts to activated glycerol (g-3-p), which is directly used to turn free fatty acids (FFAs) into triglycerides that get stored as fat.
The more g-3-p you have, the more fat you store.
Glucose does not do this.
When you eat 120 calories of glucose, less than one calorie is stored as fat.
120 calories of fructose, however, results in 40 calories being stored as fat. Consuming fructose is essentially consuming fat!

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