Fructose Intolerance

By: Peyton P. Berookim, MD, FACG  07/30/2015
Keywords: Fructose Intolerance

Dietary changes will help you manage your symptoms. Staying away from sweets is the first step, since sugary foods are usually high in fructose. Avoid foods that contain sweeteners including high fructose corn syrup, honey, agave nectar, and sorbitol (an artificial sweetener). You may also need to limit dried fruits along with certain fresh fruits and vegetables such as apples, grapes, watermelon, peas, and zucchini.

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