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fructose-sweetened beverages raise triglyceride levels in obese people

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Triglycerides are produced by substances in the body of the diet and is the most common form of fat carried in the blood. Although normal levels of triglycerides are important for good health, have a high level with an increased risk for attcmwell.com

Triglycerides are produced by substances in the body of the diet and is the most common form of fat carried in the blood. Although normal levels of triglycerides are important for good health, have a high level with an increased risk for at...

 


Triglycerides are produced by substances in the body of the diet and is the most common form of fat carried in the blood. Although normal levels of triglycerides are important for good health, have a high level with an increased risk for atherosclerosis and other relevant predictors for cardiovascular disease.

Obese subjects with fructose-sweetened beverages to drink during meals, have a greater increase in triglycerides after a meal, according to a study by the Mon ell Center.


In the study, researchers studied 17 overweight men and women. Each was presented twice in Clinical and Translational Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania. In each recording, subjects were the same meals, and blood taken from an intravenous catheter over a period of 24 hours. The only difference was the sweetener for beverages, used to support the food, the drinks were of glucose during a recording, and sweetened with fruit sugar, and others.

Triglyceride levels in the blood were higher when the subjects drank fructose-sweetened beverages with meals, compared with sugar drinks sugary drink. The total amount of triglycerides in a 24 hour period, nearly 200 percent greater when subjects who drank fructose-sweetened beverages.

Although fructose elevated triglyceride levels in all subjects was the result, especially in elements of insulin resistance, increased triglyceride levels already. Insulin resistance is a pre-diabetic condition often associated with obesity.


Fructose and glucose are the two forms of sugar, table sugar (sucrose) and corn syrup, high fructose. Fructose and glucose are at lower levels in many fruits and vegetables. Although very sweet fructose or glucose or sucrose, as a rule, are not only used as a sweetener.

Future studies will determine if fructose is necessary to increase triglyceride levels when the results, in combination with glucose in beverages. Other research studies on metabolism and health effects of long-term intake of fructose years.

fructose-sweetened beverages raise triglyceride levels in obese people 


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