Honey Protects from Hypertriglyceridemic and Prooxidative Effects of Fructose – (11-14-02)

Switch Honey for Refined Carbs Protects Rats from Hypertriglyceridemic and Prooxidative Effects of Fructose

I generally consider honey as a good alternative to many other types of sweeteners and recommend it often. This article supports my “Mother Nature knew what she was doing” concept in that, although honey does have a high fructose content, it does not result in the same negative metabolic effects as added fructose. Conversely, it actually seems to protects rats from oxidative damage in this study.

Nutrition.org — Abstracts: Busserolles et al. 132 (11): 3379

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