Fructose

Reblog: Is Processed Fructose a Poison?

What is a poison? Well, interestingly, there are different theories as to what makes something a poison. But most of them go something like this: "A dangerous chemical, natural or unnatural, enters the blood through the skin, gut or lungs and travels to the liver, the primary organ of detoxification." The liver attempts to “detoxify” the chemical creating metabolites — sometimes the metabolites are less toxic and sometimes they’re not — in order to excrete the chemical and any remnants of it out of the body. So for us to believe that fructose is a poison, it needs to follow, in ...
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Reblog: Fatty Liver Diet

The original article appears here and is reblogged. A majority of Americans would feel better and live longer on the fatty liver diet. Affecting between 30% and 40% of American adults, fatty liver disease is a rampant and growing health problem. Identified by having too much fat in the liver, fatty liver disease can lead to liver inflammation, liver scarring, permanent liver damage, liver failure and even death. Combined with regular exercise, following the fatty liver diet is the best way to reduce symptoms, reverse liver damage and eliminate excessive fat in the liver. Who Should ...
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