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- v. Present participle of glycate.
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The inconsistency would be caused by the greater potency of fructose as a glycating agent.
If I remember correctly, you mentioned in an earlier post about AGEs that fructose was a much more potent glycating agent than glucose.
It will, however, produce much more glycating (or galactating(?)) power than an equivalent amount of glucose.
MG is a highly toxic glycating agent and a major source of protein advanced-glycosylation end-products AGEs.
The mechanism of how sirtuins work is not glucose, triglycerides, insulin levels, inflammatory completely understood but is believed by some cytokines (ultra sensitive C Reactive Protein and NF - researchers that sirtuins seem to act as fuel sensors, kappa-B), free radicals, advanced glycating end (much like the fuel gauge in a car) monitoring the products (AGE's), advanced lipolyting end products metabolic state of cells and thus adjusting the life and (ALE's) etc.
Firming Neck Therapy contains anti-glycating qualities to help reverse the signs of premature wrinkles that develop as a result of excess sugar compounds that bind to protein fibers causing them to become dry, brittle and less tensile - often found in the skin of the neck.
(Fructose is a much more potent glycating agent (it’s actually called a fructating agent) than is glucose (blood sugar), so the inclusion of high-fructose corn syrup into almost everything isn’t doing us a lot of good glycation-wise.)