Several bloggers have writting about fructose and its effect on leptin possibly leading in great quantaties to leptin resistance. Logically people should reduce their intake of fructose to a minimum preferably to fruit with low sugar content like berries. I followed this approach but since Dr. Harris wrote that during weight loss it might be best to completly eliminate it I did so. I went over a month without any fruit and ate once a day until yesterday where I went for about 100-150g of berries with heavy cream during my meal. All month it was easy to control my hunger completly fasting if I wanted to or I would drink some coffee with cream but today after the berries I have a rageing hunger to the point that I drank about 200ml of cream which still didn't help. This is supposed to be a personal anecdote because I feel there is not enough focus on this to underline how some people may react to even small quantaties of fruit. I don't have this problem at all with vegetables like pickles or onions which I do eat daily. I am also sure that this can't be anything else since I prepare my meals for a couple of days in a row so the previous ones this week where identical to yesterdays.
Please share your expierences with fruit no matter if you expierenced something similar or not because it seems odd to me that such a small amount of fructose can result in such a dramatic effect. I can't imagine how I would feel after a spoon of HFCS right now... Obviously this effect seems to be exceptionally strong in my case but I would like to find out how others feel about it.
P.S.: I am from Germany so unfortunatly my english isn't perfect, please excuse any odd formulations or mistakes. I posted the same topic on PaNu but just to reach another audience I am also posting it here.