Does Fructose affect feelings of fullness?
We normallu use broken rice, corn, starch to produce glucose syrup, and then during the process of extraction,we get the fructose syrup,maltcose syrup etc.
There have been some studies trying to show that fructose may not be as satiating (producing a feeling of fullness) as other sugars because it does not stimulate the hormones that affect hunger and food intake (such as insulin), and therefore would cause people to eat or drink more. However, a recent review concluded that the evidence for fructose being less satiating than glucose or GFS being less satiating than sucrose is not compelling.
At the present time the European Food Safety Authority has not made a statement concerning fructose and satiety.
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