Good post. Thank you. I saw that, too, and it's caused some questions in my head.
Emphasis needs to be placed on a key word, "added". Fructose, as a component of fruit, isn't the problem, as they identify it. Rather, it is fructose as a huge component of table sugar and HFCS, added to so many processed foods.
But, fructose bypasses the usual insulin spike that glucose causes so I'm a little fuzzy how it fits in with the Diabetes or insulin resistance issue. Since fructose is paired with glucose in both sugar and HFCS, I still wonder which is the greater culprit. One, or both?
I understand that excess fructose can cause liver issues, but how does that relate to diabetes?