Articles Tagged: fructose intolerance
Indigestion is a vague term used to describe a set of gastrointestinal symptoms. In many cases, it is a result of an underlying digestive condition. Web MD notes that common indigestion symptoms include bloating, vomiting and nausea, an acidic taste in the mouth, burning sensations, and abdominal pain. There are many causes of indigestion and everything from emotional anguish to hot wings can be a culprit.
Fructose malabsorption is a digestive condition in which the body does not properly absorb the sugar fructose, thus leading to its buildup in the intestines
Fructose malabsorption (previously known as dietary fructose intolerance) refers to a condition in which the intestines do not fully break down the sugar enzyme, fructose. In people without the disorder between 25 and 50 grams of fructose can be absorbed in the small intestine in each sitting