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From: K.D. (
Subject:         Re: hfcs
Date: January 6, 2013 at 8:42 am PST

In Reply to: Re: any thoughts on fructose intolerance/malabsorption? thank you! n/t posted by Dr. Doug Graham on January 6, 2013 at 6:16 am:

I do not get the argument: what exactly has hfcs to do with fructose malapsorption? It's either chemically fructose or it is not fructose. Same thing applies to glucose. Is there a glucose malapsorption, just because isolated hfcs was used? No, except in some rare cases there is no glucose malapsorption, no matter the source.

For example: why fruits like apples, pears, watermelon (also mango) are known for their 'special effect' on digestion (aka why is there special combining rule for i.e. melons)? Because all of these fruits carry a lot more fructose than glucose and therefore cause intestinal distess in many or most. These examples tell us that the problem does not originate from isolated hfcs...

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