Making Americans/Australians/ Any person really, Sick

According to a study by researchers at the University of California, Davis, published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation (May 2009), widespread use of fructose may be directly responsible for some of the ongoing increase in rates of childhood diabetes and obesity. Consuming fructose-sweetened, not glucose-sweetened, beverages increases abdominal fat and decreases insulin sensitivity in overweight/obese people. The participants in the study who consumed fructose-sweetened food showed an increase of fat cells around major organs including their hearts and livers, and also underwent metabolic changes that are precursors to heart disease and diabetes.

Other studies have linked diets rich in high-fructose corn syrup to elevated risks of high triglycerides (a type of blood fat), fat buildup in the liver and insulin resistance, notes Dr. Gerald Shulman and his colleagues at Yale University School of Medicine.

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3 Responses to Making Americans/Australians/ Any person really, Sick

  1. peter says:

    on th e4 /7/2010 i put up information inside warrawong community hall for info of hall patrons, but to my discust i found they had been ripped down by vlounteers, who have an adgenda, today i again placed information on teh tables for patrons, and the Pommie blond New volunteer we have tried to proport that they put mollases and other nutrients into white sugar to make it brown , HAR HAR HAR

  2. peter says:

    this woman has obviousley never been to the sugar cane mills in Qld now has she, LIAR She Is a Deceptive Ignoramous

  3. peter says:

    How hard is it to just purchase brown sugar instead of the white poision?? Not hard at all they are just being obst8inate at theri own misfortune, they will soon find out once anti disrrimination forms are submitted that may make them sit up and take notice..!!!

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