Medicalanswers reported this information, reports URA-Inform.
It is known that fruits are very beneficial for the body as a source of essential vitamins and minerals, but, as it turns out, some of them can harm the liver. In particular, the doctor noted that excessive consumption of fructose leads to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
“When a person thinks that he is eating a harmless apple or pear, this is not so — he eats a lot of fructose, which can lead to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Glucose is processed under the influence of insulin and goes into energy and fat reserves,” — warned the doctor.
At the same time, she clarified that stone fruits contain more glucose, and pome fruits — fructose. Liver proteins completely process fructose. That is why the specialist advises eating fruits not as a separate meal, but as a dessert.
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