Recent developments in many developed countries, the agenda of sugarcane and starch-based sugars that lead to cancer is leading to an explanation of the anxiety that leads to cancer.
According to experts and science committees of some countries, overuse of foods containing sucrose and starch-based sugars paves the way for the development of various types of cancer associated with obesity (such as colon cancer, pancreas, liver and breast cancer) as well as metabolic diseases.
Experts say that people who want to live a healthier life can eat starch-based candies
and to minimize the use of sugar. Saccharose (sucrose) known as table sugar or tea sugar is composed of 50% glucose and 50% fructose. In the world food and beverages, sucrose (sucrose) is the second most important sweetener after table sugar, starch-based sugars.
Starch-based sugars, also known as high Fructose corn syrup, are most commonly obtained from corn inexpensively, as well as from plants such as potato, wheat, cassava (tapioca). Starch-based sugars have varying proportions of fructose and glucose (58% glucose - 42% fructose or 45% glucose - 55% fructose). While glucose and fructose in sucrose, i.e., table sugar, are linked at the molecular level, fructose and glucose in starch-based sugars are in free form in liquid form.
Recently, scientific studies investigating the causes of increasing obesity and chronic diseases have been observed to focus on sugar metabolism, especially on the fructose metabolism found in the structure of table sugar and starch-based sugars.
In metabolism, the insulin secreted by glucose stimulation stimulates leptin, which is a satiety hormone, and the hunger hormone ghrelin is suppressed. As a result, eating behavior is terminated by stimulating the center of satiety.
Fructose stimulates insulin very little. It is suggested that this situation triggers obesity because of excessive sugar consumption, insulin secretion, no feeling of satiety, and eating behavior.
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The metabolism of fructose in the liver is also different from glucose. Fructose degradation is faster than glucose and rapidly transforms into fatty acids. This is the study of liver oil, fibrosis, and cirrhosis.
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Fructose is smoother than glycose and there are studies that suggest it is an effect stimulating appetite-enhancing hedonic pathways in the brain. Consumption of fructose products facilitates the development of sweet taste in the direction of sugary products, especially in infancy and childhood.
There are also studies that indicate that fructose causes intestinal flora and microbiosis. Unlike glucose, fructose also causes an increase in calce uric acid, triggering gut disease or exacerbating existing ones.
Sugar (sucrose and starch-based sugars) may be associated with excessive eating behavior, insulin resistance development and obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and accompanying diabetes, as a result of excessive consumption of foods (high fructose content - 55% and over-corn syrups are more sweet as they are sweeter) There are studies that lead to diseases.
COLUMN, BREAST AND PANCREASE PREPARE GROUND TO CANCER
Excessive consumption of foods containing sucrose and starch based sugars also paves the way for the development of various types of cancer associated with obesity (such as colon cancer, pancreas, liver and breast cancer) as well as metabolic diseases.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has emphasized that high sugar intake and the use of high sugar foods can have an impact on body weight.
SUGAR CONSUMPTION SHOULD BE DECREASED
It is recommended that the European Union encourage healthy nutrition and reform the diet especially in the way of sugar reduction.
Obesity and related diseases are an increasing problem for our country as well as for all countries. In our country, we found obesity frequency 32%, overweight 34.8% and diabetes prevalence 12.1% (STEPS 2017, preliminary results) in adults over 15 years of age.
Obesity rate in childhood is 9.9% in 7-8 age group, 14.6% in over age group, 12.4% in obese children and 21% in overweight children.
10% OF SUGAR DAILY QUALITY AMOUNT
"Turkey Nutrition Guide" in other international recommendations and with the WHO; it is suggested that energy from all free sugars should not exceed 10% of the daily energy (calorie) amount and further decrease in some countries.