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Joined Apr 26, 2021
Living in London, United Kingdom
Last active Feb 13, 2022
Well, they look exactly like something you won't notice while driving on the road until a police car is chasing you down the street with their siren on a loudspeaker because you were overspeeding. Don't worry, I'm kidding...or am I?
It really is difficult to find cameras when you're on the road (you should pay attention to other more important driving principles anyway) but mostly, they're set up right next to the traffic lights, sometimes within the traffic lights, and other times, on sidewalks, etc.
If you see light flashing in your eyes for a split second on the door but you can't identify what it was, it was probably one of those sneaky traffic cameras.
We live in a diet conscious society where everyone strives to get the perfect body shape and a healthy diet. A lot of people even skip fruits since they believe the carbohydrates and fruit sugar might cause weight gain. However, have you wondered what nutritionists and medical professionals say about fruits inclusion in our diets.
Can fruits really cause weight gain?
The real question is whether fruits actually cause weight gain or not. The answer to this would be NO! Fruits and fruit sugar cannot cause any substantial weight gain. Studies have revealed that even adding fruit into the diet is associated with weight loss. However,now if we consume an unhealthy meal and then eat an apple as a "dessert", it is pretty unfair to blame the apple for weight gain because it contains sugar. Different fruits also contain anti-oxidants which keep your body healthy and also help you regulate weight.
What about fruit sugar?
The blood sugar will rise as from all foods but it will not overshoot, no over release of insulin, and there will also not be a hypoglycemic dip. The soluble fiber in fruit has a gelling effect that slows down the release of sugars. But it is not just because of the fiber found in fruit. The phyto nutrients resist the sugar transportation through the intestinal wall into our blood stream.