Major contributor to inflammation!!!!

 Do You Really Want This in Your Diet?

A large contributor to the inflammation in the body is the high intake of fructose. With the increased prevalence of high fructose diets in the Western world, understanding the impact of fructose on human health is critical. Fructose contributes to numerous metabolic disorders such as diabetes, obesity, cancer, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.

Drinks to Avoid Not just sodas!!

Ken D. Berry, MD Explains

High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is banned in India, Ireland, Sweden, Austria, Uruguay, and Lithuania and used in limited quantities in France, China, Australia, and the UK. It is interesting to note that the US Food and Drug Administration states that HFCS is a safe ingredient for food and beverage manufacturing.

GMO / Fruit / Fructose Corn Syrup

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), genetically modified organisms can be defined as organisms (plants, animals, or microorganisms) in which the genetic material (DNA) has been altered in a way that does not occur naturally by mating or natural recombination. This is done to increase sweetness, size, and sales by making the fruit more desirable in size and color. The ethical concern is potential harm to human health and the “unnaturalness” of the technology.

Why some Fruit is bad!!
If it’s sweet, it’s got fructose.

Ken D. Berry, MD Explains

Eat only fruit in season and limit your fruit intake to 16 - 25 total grams per day. 0 grams if battling a disease until under control. 

Taking ValAsta will help to reduce the free radicals that are produced and help to lower your inflammation levels to reduce disease, but it is up to you to lower your intake of fructose. 

Click to read: Fructose re-programs glutamine-dependent oxidative metabolism to support LPS-induced inflammation

Supplementing your diet with the Patented formula of astaxanthin by ValAsta will help maintain the low CRP you need to stay healthy.

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