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The Differences Between Fruit In Light Syrup Heavy Syrup
Jury's out: Cane sugar is sucrose, which is made of glucose and fructose. Corn syrup is mainly fructose. The big problem is probably not from the molecule itself but from how it's added to everything because it is cheap. Processed food has so much added sweetener to make up for lack of flavor that we're addicted to it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complicated: Cane sugar is sucrose, many fruits have fructose, sugar chemistry is complicated as there are so many kinds of sugars. They all have calories, and some are double sugars...Two molecules of a sugar.This is the real reason doctors have to study chemistry....See wikipedia article on sugars. ...Read more
Depends.: It has been argued that fructose which is found in many fruits is better than glucose. Maybe, but not much. Bananas have virtually no fructose but are loaded with starch and glucose. Grapes-straight glucose. What is good about fruits is there anti-oxidant property, fiber and vitamins. Now, if we did not intentionally grow fruits with lower sugar content, everyone would benefit. ...Read more
Processed different: High fructose corn syrup is fructose, a 5-carbon sugar. Cane sugar is a combination of fructose and sucrose (a 6-carbon sugar). Fructose metabolism requires the body to deplete atp, an energy molecule and produces lactic acid. Fructose has numerous problems associated with it including causing/worsening diabetes and increasing uric acid that can worsen gout. ...Read more
No diff- why u ask?: I googled and found this answer: "Guinness Draught, whether on tap or in widget-featuring bottles/cans, is about 4.2%. This makes it comparable to the alcohol content of a "light" beer. " Why are you asking? It may be that you are concerned that you have a drinking problem. Consider visiting and AA meeting and/or having a mental health evaluation ...Read more
Good question: Fructose is a natural sugar found in fruits. It is what god made. It is a monosaccaride and is absorbed directly during digestion. Hfcs comprises any of a group of corn syrups that has undergone enzymatic processing to convert some of its glucose into fructose to produce a desired sweetness. This is not natural and has been shown to cause problems like fatty liver and obesity. It is not healthy. ...Read more
No Difference: The "light" refers to the number of calories in the bottle. ...Read more
Please refrain: Given the structure of your question, I suspect you are looking to concoct ""sizzurp." We do not condone the use of medications for such purposes. Please strongly consider not participating in such dangerous activities, because we care about your health now and in the future. ...Read more
Sir, what is the maximum intake ( in cups) of coffee or tea we can drink in a day? Including - im already drinking 1 cup of strong green tea..
It varies: This varies by brand but we can make some reasonable generalizations. Most regular beers are about 5% alcohol, and most "light beers" are closer to 4%. If you want to know for sure, you may have to look it up for a particular brand or call the company. So about 5 light beers = 4 regular beers. Clearly you can get drunk on both so be careful! More info available on the NIAAA website ...Read more
Sugar: Nope. They are both dangerous to health and weight. ...Read more
2mg. Xanax (alprazolam) bars are available in white, yellow, and green. I've found the yellow, and especially the green, longer acting. What's the difference?
Different colors: Several companies produce Alprazolam (xanax) -- the color of their 2 mg "bars" differs. There could be different fillers in each, but the 2 mg Alprazolam itself should be the same in them. If your supply is not by prescription, you have no assurance about the contents or colors. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is 100 grams of sugar bad for a teenager, including the amount of sugar in fruit? My sister has a lot of sugar, mostly in fruit but she isn't obese.
Depends: My concern about the nutrition label is that it does not indicate the glycemic index (how quickly something you eat turns into sugar). 100gram is high but lots of fruit without the veggies is also not optimal. Try to always eat low glycemic (more veggies, berries, apples, citrus fruits, and stone fruits ) as well as whole grain. ...Read more
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