Researchers at St. Michael's Hospital recently published a study in the journal Current Opinion in Lipidology. It says that in no way fructose could replace glucose. Fructose is a very sweet form of sugar and glucose in sweet. The researchers say that consumption of both fructose and glucose can cause obesity. If we try to replace it would just be swapping fructose with glucose. Obesity can be controlled only by correcting the eating habits instead replacing compounds. The only difference is fructose may actually be better at promoting healthy body weight, blood pressure and glycemic control than glucose.
Source: Eureka Alerts