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Are Fruit Juices With High Fructose Corn Syrup Unhealthy For My Child
Absolutely!: Milk and water are the only fluids kids need to drink. Juice, soda, sugared drinks of any type only introduce empty calories. "no sugar added" fruit juice is a food industry trick because all juices have their own sugars. 8 oz of orange juice has the equivalent of nearly 8 tsp of sugar! a 12 oz soda has nearly 10 tsp of sugar. High fructose corn syrup is particularly unhealthy. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Fructose, or fruit sugar, is a simple monosaccharide found in many plants (fruits, vegetables, sugar cane and honey). Fructose is absorbed directly into the bloodstream during digestion. Since 1970 high fructose corn syrup has been increasingly used in the food industry. Excess fructose consumption has been linked to Insulin resistance, obesity, metabolic ...Read more
It is variable: depending on what the fruit is.Get a more detailed answer ›
I suffer from awful halitosis after consuming even a small amount of sugar (even natural sugars in fruit juices). What can I do?
Halitosis: Halitosis can result from: acid reflux, decayed teeth, infected gums, infections or diseases of the mouth and throat, poor oral hygiene, diet, stomach or intestinal issues. Make an appointment with your dentist for a thorough exam, dental cleaning, and oral hygiene instructions. If there are no dental issues, see your medical doctor for an examination. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Glycemic Load: Gaining weight with any form of sugar is a function of how much Insulin is released when sugar gets into your blood stream. Insulin produces the fat. So a great tool is to research the glycemic index (GI) of food and become familiar with the glycemic load that combines the. ...Read more
Avoid sour juices: Acid tases sour, thus the more sour the juice the higher the acidity. So, if you have trouble with reflux/acidity problem, avoid sour juices/foods. Just remember, for example, making lenomade with lots of sugar will not get rid of the acid, it just masks it. So choose naturally nonsour jucice: prune, peach, mango, banana, apple, apricot etc...Consult doc/nutristionist if needed. Good luck. ...Read more
If you could recommend two fruit juices to enhance fertility what would they be? I make smoothies 3x a week at home. I want something daily on the go.
BestAvoidFruitJuices: Since all fruits are high in sugars, juices made from them is even higher in sugar content. Polycystic ovarian syndrome, along with metabolic syndrome, obesity, dm ; ?ed rates of cardiovascular disease are all driven by sugar/simple carbohydrate intake. Thus the idea that fruit juices would enhance fertility opposite reality. Study mary enig, gary taubes, peter attia, dietdoctor.Com, robert lustig. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can detox help me lose weight?I want to lose weight so bad because im near to overweight.. Is it ok to drink fruit juices only for atleast one week?
Losing weight: To lose weight, get ur resting metabolism rate done(weight loss centers do this). This determines the total number of calories you need to lose 1-2lbs/week. Decreasing 500cal/day will give you a 1lb wt loss in 1wk; drink water (1/2 your body weight), eat small meals about 150-200cal 2-4x/(depending on your metabolism rate) and 500cal/meal at night: lean protein/veggies; avoid carbs, . ...Read more
It depends: If you're treating a low blood sugar, 4 oz of oj or apple juice will do a great job. On the flip side, juice is nothing more than sugar and really has no other role in nutrition whether one has diabetes or not. It's difficult to manage blood sugars when juice is taken in outside of treating lows because it causes a surge in blood sugar that lasts a short time, then a crash (if prone to lows). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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