What's the consensus about sugar from fruits and berries? Are they just as bad as added sugar?
The body will process any simple sugar the same. It'll all be turned into glucose just as would regular sugar. This is why doctors in Canada now warn about foods high on the glycemic index, and that too many of them cause insulin resistance. Even Scoobs talks about this with orange juice, etc.
Ive seen this point thrown out there quite a bit and ive also seen people say that its bull ie >>35660018
What I do know and what I think is probably the the more important point is the ratios involved.
A bag of M&Ms (about 50g) contains 30g of sugar.
In order to get that much sugar from sliced up strawberries youd have to eat 3 cups (622g).
Not to mention all the other good shit in strawberries that youd ingest at the same time.
They are the same sugar. However, fruits have more fiber which make its glycemic index lower. Also there are other nutrients in it.
Low-moderate consumption according to your calorie intake program should be okay.
I cannot believe how bad people are at basic nutrition. There are things called vitamins and minerals that you need in your diet. You don't get them from trix, you stupid faggots, do you know why?
>doesn't know the difference between fructose and sucrose
>doesn't google glucose either
>guaranteed doesn't know that sugars are carbohydrates
Yes, Anon. Eating is bad for you. Or something like that.
Fructose gives you energy and doesn't spike your glicemic índex and insuline that much, while shitty sugars go right to your belly.
Less calories, more nutrients, less glicemic spike, less insuline spike. Healthier in general.