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From: Carsten (
Subject:         Re: Fructose-Intolerance
Date: May 30, 2013 at 4:04 am PST

In Reply to: Re: Fructose-Intolerance posted by Dr. Doug Graham on May 29, 2013 at 3:28 pm:

This is the mothod which my friend used to recognize his fructose-intolerance:

How to set fixed fructose intolerance?

Demonstrate a very simple and also very secure way to create fructose intolerance, is the so-called H2 breath test. Fructose can not be absorbed in the small intestine, but instead wanders into the colon, where it is metabolized by bacteria. This leads to a fermentation process in which hydrogen is produced.

Some of this hydrogen passes through the bloodstream to the lungs, where it is transported by the breath out of the body.

To determine whether a patient suffers from a fructose or not, it is administered on empty stomach, a fructose solution, and controls the interval of 30 minutes again, if the hydrogen content in the inhalation air increases. This is simply blown into a test tube.

In general, the hydrogen value in the fasted state is less than 20 ppm. As soon as he rises above 20 ppm is a proven fact that fructose is present. How quickly this happens and how high the value increases, further are a clue how extreme the fructose intolerance. Each patient has his own individual worth, how much fructose it can tolerate without any problems yet.

What do you mean ??

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