Fat Loss Nutrition

Is fruit making you fat?

Aaron Deere is a sports nutritionist, functional medicine consultant and advanced personal trainer. He is based in London. Fructose, more commonly known as the sugar found in fruit, has been part of the human diet since we started walking upright, and is found in high concentrations in tree and vine fruits, berries, honey, and root vegetables. It can exist naturally either as a monosaccharide or as a unit of a disaccharide (sucrose). It is roughly 1.73 times as sweet as sucrose and is the sweetest of all the naturally-occurring carbohydrates. Excessive consumption of fructose has been hypothesised to be directly…
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