High fructose corn syrup vs. sucrose
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#1 Mar 14, 2011
Does HFCS behave the same way in terms of adsorption and distribution as sucrose? Metabolically both sucrose and HFCS are very similar no doubt, but this doesn't tell the whole story right? Sucrose must first be enzymatically cleaved before it can be absorbed as sucrose and fructose unlike HFCS. Would this affect the pharmacological profile of sucrose vs. HFCS differently which may produce different effects on the body? I constantly read about HFCS being linked to higher rates of obesity and am just wondering if this is the case. I mean I understand that fructose and glucose and the same molecules in each entity, but aren't they being delivered and absorbed differently? Are there any effects if that is true? I've found it quite difficult to find any info on the differences between HFCS and sucrose in the literature in terms of studies done to try to evaluate the pharmacology behind each because it seems no one has studied it. Anyone have any thoughts/opinions?
#2 Sep 6, 2011
Here's an article that might help, at least get you started. http://www.antiagingjournal.org/high-fructose... . Beyond that, you might want to google Joseph Mercola. His articles have references to research literature. Search his site for more info.
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