Please read this article in the copy of mail on Sunday, an excellent explanation!
When the fructose reaches the liver there is an enzyme there which is constantly 'turned on' meaning the liver will absorb any fructose there is, regardless of whether it needs the energy or not. As a result the liver stores the excess fructose as fat, which is then transported through the blood as cholesterol and triglycerides
High levels of cholesterol and triglycerides - another type of fat - can trigger metabolic syndrome, an umbrella term for increased blood pressure, high blood sugar level and excess fat around the waist (visceral fat) and abnormal cholesterol, which increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and stroke
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