The Sugar and Diabetes Myth

Myth: Fructose substitution in a diabetic diet has no benefits in reducing blood glucose and insulin levels.

Truth: This is false.

A study found that fructose substitution instead of glucose or sucrose may lower blood glucose and insulin concentrations after a meal.

This study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, conducted a randomized controlled trial, which measured the blood glucose of diabetic individuals with glucose, sucrose, both (glucose + sucrose), and fructose to determine the effects of substitution. Fructose substitution has been associated with longer-term blood glucose control, alluding to a strong quality of life.

To read more about this study, click here.

Reference

  1. Evans RA, Frese M, Romero J, Cunningham JH, Mills KE. Fructose replacement of glucose or sucrose in food or beverages lowers postprandial glucose and insulin without raising triglycerides: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Am J Clin Nutr. 2017;106(2):506-518. doi:10.3945/ajcn.116.145151
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