Fructose is basically sugar from fruit...Ah, that makes it good for you right? Well, not really actually. Fructose, unlike regularly sugar; Glucose can not be converted easily by the liver. Glucose basically finds a home in depleted muscles cells for instance. Yet, fructose does not and heads straight to the fat storage cells...
So what, orange juice makes you fat ? Yes defenitely, with the sugar or 3 to 4 oranges in a glass...and a nice croissant with jam and you are set for structurally consuming a calorific surplus.
A glass of fruit juice in the morning being healthy for you is a myth, nicely so
ld to you via stimulus response marketing. It typically holds more calories than a glass of cola.
If you want to be healthy, have a glass of water at breakfast and an actual orange in the afternoon.