Agave Nectar vs. High Fructose Corn Syrup: WHICH IS BETTER?

Agave Nectar vs. High Fructose Corn Syrup: WHICH IS BETTER?

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about a Gotha nectar now I get a lot of questions on this I just want to cover it you know people say it’s low glycemic or it’s low carb you know it’s in all these little bars and it’s in recipes but let’s just take a look at a couple things if we take table sugar table sugar is composed of half of it is fructose and half of it is glucose okay high fructose corn syrup 55 percent of is fructose in 45% of it is glucose but agave nectar is 90% fructose and 10 percent glucose now what’s the significance of that basically fructose is metabolized very very very differently in the body now I’m going to talk about fruit in a second let’s just put fruit to the side for a second but if we just take this concentrated fructose which is 90% of it is in that form what happens it puts a tremendous stress on your liver because there isn’t any cells in your body except the liver that can deal with fructose like regular glucose all the cells can absorb it and deal with it and metabolize it but none of the cells can deal with it except the liver so what’s happening when you consume this is it puts a lot of stress on the liver the metabolism of fructose on the liver is almost identical to consuming alcohol so you talked about creating a fatty liver this will do it so it creates fatty liver because that fructose is converted over into triglycerides and it also will cause insulin resistance I’ll put some links down below as well so basically it creates the pre-diabetic State it creates bad cholesterol LDL it creates high triglycerides which are blood fats it creates high uric acid which turns into gout so if you had a unit choice between high fructose corn syrup and agave nectar I would go for the high fructose corn syrup even though I wouldn’t consume either one but now let’s just shift over the fruit when you consume fruit you normally consume it in an actual fiber whole fruit right that fiber in there and all the other things in there majorly buffer the amount of fructose in there so it does have near the effect that actual concentrated fructose or concentrated nectar will have on your liver and that’s why fruit has a lot less damaging effect you know the main problem with fruit is it can slow down weight loss okay but the main thing with this this is not a health food or low glycemic thing it’s a very high sugar high sweet liver damaging product I would definitely avoid it okay thanks so much for watching

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Dr. Berg talks about agave nectar, high fructose corn syrup and table sugar. Agave is 90% of fructose. This puts a tremendous amount of stress on the liver, which is the only organ that can metabolism it.
1. Causes a fatty liver
2. Weight gain
3. High cholesterol (LDL and trigycerides)
4. Gout
5. Insulin resistance
6. High blood pressure
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