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Publié par hammar le 23-07-2010 14:07

Fructose May Increase Blood Pressure

A new study found increased rates of borderline high blood pressure amongst people who consumed at least 74 grams of fructose a day - about four soda's worth.

Fructose is found naturally in fruit and table sugar and also in high-fructose corn syrup, a corn-based product often used to sweeten processed foods, juices and sodas.

"There is no question that fructose itself appears to have effects that other sugars don't have," Dr. Michel Chonchol of the University of Colorado Denver, who worked on the study

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