Is Fructose Fattening?

Another study adds to growing concerns that dietary fructose may be more likely to promote weight gain and contribute to type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM) compared with other sources of dietary carbohydrates. In this new study, researchers used an MRI to measure blood flow in 20 healthy, normal-weight adult volunteers before and after drinking a 75 g beverage containing either glucose or fructose. The...

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