Sources: World Economic Forum report:The Global Gender Gap Report 2007
List Notes: Data is for the year 2007. Change in score is from the previous year 2006. Note: the Global Gender Gap Report measures the size of the gender gap regarding inequality between men and women in four critical areas: economic participation and opportunity, educational attainment, political empowerment and health and survival.
Unlike glucose, which serves as fuel for the body, fructose is processed almost entirely in the liver where it is converted to fat, which increases risk for diabetes, cardiovascular disease and liver disease.