Fruits take time to chew and digest, which has health benefits.

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When eating whole fruit, it’s almost impossible to consume enough fructose to cause harm. Fruits are loaded with fiber and water and have significant chewing resistance. For this reason, most fruits take a while to eat and digest menu, meaning that the fructose hits your liver slowly.

Fiber doesn’t just slow down your eating. It has many benefits. Especially in the case of soluble fiber, which is found in certain whole foods such as fruits. Fiber can reduce cholesterol levels and help your body process sugar, and it may help you feel full.UFABET 

If weight loss is a goal for you, some research also suggests that consuming more fiber may reduce appetite and promote weight loss.

Fiber-packed foods like fruit are filling. If you’re hungry for a snack, there’s a good chance you’ll feel satisfied after eating one large Golden Delicious apple. Which contains 2 grams of fiber and 22 grams of sugar, 13 of which are fructose.

Compare that to a 16-ounce (473-mL) can of soda, which contains 0 grams of fiber and 52 grams of sugar, 30 of which are fructose.

Sugary drinks are high in calories but likely to leave you feeling hungry. So they’re not a good alternative to a whole-food snack.

Plus, when fructose hits your liver quickly and in large amounts, it can have adverse health effects over time. This is what happens when you drink a soda.

Alternatively, eating a piece of fruit means that. fructose hits your liver slowly and in small amounts. In this case, your body is well adapted to digest the fructose.

So, while eating large amounts of added sugar can be harmful for most people. The same does not usually apply.