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You missed the part of the study where they actually surveyed the people on satiety, fullness and hunger - here is the quote from the study (have removed the numbers to make it easier to read, emphasis mine) - "There was NO significant difference between glucose vs fructose ingestion on predrink-postdrink changes in hunger, fullness or satiety". Considering that HFCS and sucrose actually contain (almost) equal amounts of glucose and fructose - it is a little hard to extrapolate this study, even if there was differences in the actual physical outcomes. Also consider the serving sizes used, 75g of glucose would require drinking 150g of sucrose or slightly less HFCS (we also don't know if there would be any effect in solid vs liquid food) A little early to take anything from a study that really only showed changes in blood flow but NOT in actual measures of hunger, fullness and satiety! What is the point of inferring things from bloodflow, when they actually measured the outcomes and there was no significant difference between the groups?
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