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🍒 #1 Myth About The Best Time To Eat Fruit

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A simple formula that lowered my uncle’s blood sugar by 46%, naturally: 👉http://drsam.co/yt/Lower-Blood-Sugar Or watch this video about the best supplement for high blood sugar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FvlNlmAqnU Refferences: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19381015 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26530933 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24901089 =============================================== 🍒 #1 Myth About The Best Time To Eat Fruit =============================================== One of my favorite foods is fruit. For me, it’s like desert. Sometimes I eat frozen bananas, cherries, mangos, pineapples and other tropical fruits. I just slowly eat the frozen fruit and you don’t need anything else with it - no extra sugars or toppings. Fruit has lots of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Unfortunately, there’s a LOT of wrong information about fruit and more specifically about the type of sugar found in fruit - which is called Fructose. YES, “man-made”, HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP is bad for you. This type of sugar is concentrated and usually found in soda, candy, prepackaged foods, fruit juice, agave nectar, syrups, and other sugary foods. It’s cheap to produce and it’s addictive. HFCS is a major contributing factor to 1 Insulin resistance and diabetes Obesity and belly fat High blood pressure High cholesterol and triglycerides Inflammation and fatty liver disease However, this is NOT the type of sugar I’m talking about today. Basically - Don’t eat High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). Just read the label and if it’s in there, don’t eat the food. But eating natural, WHOLE food fruit (not fruit juice) has many health benefits and doesn’t have the negative problems of HFCS. However, there are a couple of things I want to mention. About 100 Calories of Less Fructose is metabolised primarily in your liver and thus, has limited storage capabilities. Unlike glucose, which is found in grains for example, can be stored more in your muscle cells and thus, a lot more can be eaten before it’s converted to fat. So try to limit your fruit to about 100 calories daily or 25 grams. If you exercise, you can eat more. NOTE: this is especially important for anyone who has high blood sugar or A1C levels, you’re diabetic or you simply want to manage your blood sugar levels better. Fructose does affect these factors more and if this is something you’re concerned about, you can watch another video below about this topic. But, don’t go there yet because I’ve got a couple other important factors to share with you. Best Time To Eat Fruit There are a lot of myths about the best time to eat fruit. Some say first thing in the morning ... some say 30 minutes before a meal because it digests at a different rate than “regular” food … some say in the afternoon…. And many cultures eat fruit at the end of the meal, like a desert. The truth is, there’s ZERO medical or clinical evidence as to when the best time would be. So, don’t worry about this too much. Personally, I like fruit on an empty stomach… like a snack. Or a little after meal, if I’m craving something sweet. And some people, have some fruit before bed with a little bit of fat like coconut oil and it helps them sleep better and longer. So, just experiment. Nothing is written in stone. Best Type Of Fruit Typically, the berries and “thin skin” fruits have higher antioxidants and thus, are better for you. And ideally, you’d eat fruit based on what’s in season. So for example, if it’s summer time - you’d eat more watermelon. I know these days you can get fruit flown in from around the world and thus, anything can be eaten at any time. However, pay attention to what would typically be in season and eat that. Your body will actually digest the “seasonal fruit” better. ======================================== ========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins ========================================= Thanks #DrSamRobbins #HighBloodSugar
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Salah Edine (7 months ago)
that was realy helpfulthank you Dr
Max R (7 months ago)
Yea, that's what i thought.
joven wukong (7 months ago)
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Dr Sam Robbins (7 months ago)
I don't have time to offer one on one support except the comments Joven
Dropshott_thatthot :\ (7 months ago)
Nice info
inked and fit!!!!!!!!! (7 months ago)
Great information Dr!! 👍 👍
Alexandros Retsinas (7 months ago)
Thanks Doctor. About the fruits that we can combine in a meal? There is a reputation that some combinations are unhealthy and I would like to know the truth
Dr Sam Robbins (7 months ago)
Well… maybe, but it’s all very minimal. Enjoy the fruit and the meal. Eat it with appreciation and a smile on your face. THAT is more important =)
R haresh (7 months ago)
Thanks for the information Sir very much appreciated.
Javier Marin (7 months ago)
Awesome video Doc, very informative
Richard Kern (7 months ago)
Yes indeed, HFCS is slow poison, but BEWARE --- the industry is constantly trying to change the name of it or disguise any way they can!! Buyer beware!
sam fung (7 months ago)
Thanks .. please speak about starch like potatoes ?
Dr Sam Robbins (7 months ago)
This depends on your genetics, but yes… I will. Thanks
Justin simpson (7 months ago)
Dr.Sam,as always thanks,your video's are always informative.
Ari Memedi (7 months ago)
How much more can i eat if i exercise 4 to 5 times a week, heavily? I like to have them as my preworkout meal and have about 0.5kg. Like 1 kiwi, 1 orange, half an apple, a banana, half a pineapple and a couple of dates, is that too much ?
Dr Sam Robbins (7 months ago)
Too many variables. Depends on the volume of training, how much weight, how much muscle you have, your metabolic rate, blood sugar sensitivity, etc., etc., etc., etc. You just have to test and gauge it. If too much, cut back… Sorry, but this is the most honest answer anyone can give you.
Samir Ziyeddinov (7 months ago)
Hi doctor.First of all I want to thank you for this amazing information.Please make video about people who work in night shift.How should they plan their diet and workout and how can they keep their cortisol low.Thanks a lot!
Dr Sam Robbins (7 months ago)
You’re welcome Samir and I’ve put this video topic in my notes.
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