The Health Debate Between Sugar and High Fructose

It’s hard to believe so much debate exist around the type of sweetener consumers decide to use in their diet. The debate most often heard is the one between sugar and high fructose. According to recent online article a bitter court Battle Exist between the Sugar Association And the Corn Refiners Association. The debate is swirling around whether or not they can call high fructose corn syrup corn sugar. Each side is hoping to have a vote of confidence from consumers. Corn refiners dismiss studies that show high fructose corn syrup is metabolized differently than sugar and is directly associated two diabetes and obesity. Sugar refiners back to science however they are not without their critics concerning the consumption of sugar. The bottom line is reduction of the consumption of all types of sugar. It is important to read the ingredients and be aware that there are other names for sweeteners beside sugar and high fructose corn syrup. Maintaining a healthy diet should not have to be a full-time job, however it is. Dr. Seify consults with patients who have accepted this truth as they gotten older and many have one the battle of a healthy and active lifestyle that includes diet and exercise. However, even with this perfected plan patients tell Dr. Seify that unfortunately they do not look as young as they feel. Dr. Seify explains that facial rejuvenation is a commitment similar to that many take concerning lifestyle choices, healthy diet, and exercise. Patients can begin  facial rejuvenation including noninvasive injectables like Botox and Juvederm. When the signs of aging become more significant, a mini facelift , brow lift, and or blepharoplasty may be excellent solutions. The key is to begin early and do only what is necessary at that time. This proactive approach allows patients to have a beautiful and amazingly natural appearance at every age. Patients who considering facial rejuvenation are encouraged to contact Dr. Seify’s office and schedule a consultation.

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