Sweets with fructose and diabetes Christmas - candy time. Since August the supermarkets are bursting Spekulatius, Printen, Marzipan, studs etc etc. In a question-answer forum Charles Margulis was the first to reply. And so even diabetics access regardless, many sweets with the assertion are advertised: 'Suitable for diabetics'. It could be meant: "Suitable for those diabetics stay or want to be." The legal situation in the "regulation on dietary foods" (diet regulation / DiatV) was determined among other things: "dietary foods for diabetics must comply with following requirements: ..." d glucose and invert sugar, disaccharide, maltodextrin, glucose syrup may be not used to; Place these substances only, fructose and sweeteners may be added in accordance with Appendix 2 of additive approval regulation"(DiatV 12). The entire section 12 was however dropped to 01.10.2010. Learn more at this site: supermodel. Fructose-candy may still have until 2012 as "for diabetics suitable"be applied. Scientific evidence the "harmlessness" of fructose respectively the claim that fructose-candy "suitable for the special diet for diabetes" mellitus were part of a diet plan, scientific side already years ago was considered untenable. CF.
press release "new link between fructose consumption and weight gain discovered. In a new study, scientists from the German Institute for nutritional research in Potsdam-Rehbrucke have (Jackson et al., obesity research, 13:1146-1156, 2005) found that the intake of fructose (fruit sugar) significantly increases the body fat and weight gain in mice. Thus, the researchers deliver new data that make possible a connection between the worldwide increased consumption of fructose and the steadily increasing number of overweight people"(German Institute for nutritional research, dife.de, 30.07.2005). CF. also: "Increased consumption of fructose is not recommended for diabetics," opinion No. 041 / 2009 of the Federal Institute for risk assessment (BfR), 06.03.2009). The supposedly sweet illusion despite all the evidence has on the confectionery industry operated the diabetics advertising. And even after deletion of 12 DiatV advertised new products as "suitable for diabetics", although the transitional period perhaps intended that already delivered products does not need to be sorted out. Protests against this illusion hold arg in borders.