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Study suggests fructose may promote obesity, diabetes

DiabetesPro SmartBrief | Oct 16, 2014

Harvard Medical School researchers say fructose may lead to increases in a hormone that regulates fat accumulation and could promote diabetes and obesity. The study in Molecular Metabolism says fructose stimulated the biggest increases in the hormone among obese people, but the response varied, even among those who were not overweight. New York Times (tiered subscription model), The (10/13)


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