Avoid a Food That Keeps You Hungry

Today’s topic: Controlling your fructose may help you control your weight.

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NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT – New research conducted at Yale University and published in the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that fructose may not only cause you to not feel full, but can actually make you feel hungrier.

The researchers explained in their report that both glucose and fructose are simple sugars found in many foods such as table sugar. However fructose is very commonly added to many sweet beverages and other foods in the form of a high fructose corn syrup.

In this study researchers gave subjects foods with either high concentrations of glucose or fructose and then ran a MRI scan of their brains. The team was focusing on appetite-related changes in blood flow in the hypothalamic region of the brain which manages feelings of hunger.

They found that when people consumed glucose, levels of hormones that play a role in feeling full were high. But, when participants consumed a fructose beverage, they showed smaller increases in hormones that are associated with feeling full.

While the researchers admit that this study does not prove cause and effect they note that there is a correlation between the dramatic increase of fructose use in manufactured foods and the current epidemic of obesity.

They also note that they are not suggesting to skip eating foods that have naturally occurring fructose such as many fruits but to watch out for sweetened foods that are loaded with manmade fructose.

To avoid consuming fructose rich foods that may be loaded with calories that provide little to no decrease in hunger researchers suggest the following:

  • Eat lots of whole grains and fruits and vegetables
  • Consume organic foods
  • Avoid purchasing foods that list fructose in the ingredients
  • Buy fructose free candy

If you are interested in controlling your weight you may want to start with controlling your fructose intake.

Have a healthy day,

Larry Berman

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