This might sound confusing but is sugar sugar?

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  • 1 month ago

    Pretty much. It all raises blood glucose levels... refined sugars, honey, agave, etc.... and even some artificial sweeteners will raise blood glucose levels. It's just not healthy for us.

    And it also causes fat stores in the body

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  • k w
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    there is no/zero nutrition in sugar...reaad all about what nobody will tell you ;

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    There are different kinds and the difference is that they digest at different rates. Sucrose is table sugar and fructose is the sugar in fruit and glucose is another sugar

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  • GTB
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    1 month ago

    Table sugar, sucrose is one of many sugars - a disaccharide

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  • 1 month ago

    No. Sugar is in no way sugar. Anyone who tells you this is a fraud and a spy for the lizard government.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    It's not confusing and there has been a great debate for YEARS regarding this. Some people do consider all sugar to be sugar; fruits, naturally occuring sugars in dairy products, and processed sugar. Some people consider them to be completely separate from one another. I am one of those people. Processed sugar, those found in sodas, candies, baked goods, etc. are harder to break down in the body and essentially do not have the components to break down as they should in the body, thus leading to fat, spiked blood sugar, and the breakdown of the pancreas. Fruits are a COMPLETE FOOD, meaning everything; the flesh, the skin, the rough bits all work together to break down in the body as they should.

    NO ONE ever got diabetic by just eating too much fruit. Even diabetics can enjoy fruit in moderation. What they can't have is processed sugar, and some doctors and nutritionists go so far as to have them completely avoid milk and dairy, too. 

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