Originally Posted by punyHuMaNz
I was told that the body can't process more than 6 grams of sugar at a time without it turning to fat. Is this true?
No idea, however, given that I used to eat lots of sugar and none converted to fat, unlikely; it may be the case for an already overweight and
If the info is from a study, studies are normally carried out on a specific group and not usually across the range of people that exists, so people doing cardio (distance runners, skiers, sprinters etc) may well burn lots of sugar and never convert it to fat but be taking in way more than 6g at a time.