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Fructose table in alphabetical order

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7 years 10 months ago #325 by finadmin

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4 years 10 months ago #326 by AllisonT
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Does anyone know how much fructose and sorbitol lager beer has?

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4 years 10 months ago #329 by MrSmith
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I don't know exact amounts, but I know that the more refined a beer is, the less fructose is in it. You should avoid fruit flavored beers or any beer mixes. Wheat beers (in Germany called Hefeweizen or Weissbier) are bad, too.
I tolerate one or two normal lagers like Bud, Bud light, Coors and so on very good.
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4 years 10 months ago #331 by Bee
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I don't drink beer, but I can drink some white wines, no red ones though...

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4 months 2 weeks ago #457 by LisaAnne
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Thank you so much for this table! It confirms what I have been experiencing. Only the items with a double smile work for me. I am still in the elimination phase. I hope to one day eat squash (pumpkin) again at least. Now that I've been eliminating though, the smallest fructose brings immediate nausea, which I never had before. This affliction has been so painful and caused so much turmoil in my life. I wish I would have know the problem sooner. It is difficult to give up all the fruits and vegetables as they are so delicious and healthy too. If I were younger I would become a scientist and look for a cure. I crave sweets. I guess I will try dextrose soon. Has anyone had good luck eating dextrose--not to help with the fructose but just to have something sweet to eat? What sweets have you found you can eat?

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