Fructose more likely than other sugars to cause diabetes

01/2/2013 | FoodConsumer.org

Fructose may be more dangerous than other kinds of sugars, suggested a study published in the journal Diabetes Care. Researchers at University Hospital Zurich noted that both high and moderate intake of fructose were linked to hepatic insulin insensitivity, as was high intake of sucrose, which is half glucose and half fructose. Fructose also impaired lipid metabolism.

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