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Effects of fructose and glucose overfeeding on hepatic insulin sensitivity and intrahepatic lipids in healthy humans
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To assess how intrahepatic fat and insulin resistance relate to daily fructose and energy intake during short‐term overfeeding in healthy subjects, a large number of subjects were obese or overweight.
Effects of supplementation with essential amino acids on intrahepatic lipid concentrations during fructose overfeeding in humans.
BACKGROUND A high dietary protein intake has been shown to blunt the deposition of intrahepatic lipids in high-fat- and high-carbohydrate-fed rodents and humans. OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was
A Systematic Review of the Effects of Plant Compared with Animal Protein Sources on Features of Metabolic Syndrome.
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There is some evidence that the intake of soy protein associated with isoflavones may prevent the onset of risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, i.e., hypercholesterolemia and hypertension, in humans, but it was not able to draw any further conclusions from the present work on the positive effects of plant proteins relating to glucose homeostasis and body composition.
Effects of fructose-containing caloric sweeteners on resting energy expenditure and energy efficiency: a review of human trials
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Based on available studies, there is presently no hint that dietary FCCS may decrease EE and it is concluded that fructose has lower energy efficiency than glucose.
Contributions of fat and protein to the incretin effect of a mixed meal.
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Fat ingestion, in an amount typical of a standard meal, increases insulin secretion during physiologic hyperglycemia and thus contributes to the incretin effect, while ingestion of protein typical of normal meals does not contribute to the augmentation of postprandial insulin secretion.
A high-throughput test to detect C.E.R.A. doping in blood.
Coffee consumption attenuates short-term fructose-induced liver insulin resistance in healthy men.
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Coffee consumption attenuates hepatic insulin resistance but not the increase of IHCLs induced by fructose overfeeding, and this effect does not appear to be mediated by differences in the caffeine or chlorogenic acid content.
Exercise Prevents Fructose-Induced Hypertriglyceridemia in Healthy Young Subjects
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Examination of the effects of exercise on circulating lipids in healthy subjects fed a weight-maintenance, high-fructose diet indicates that exercise prevents the dyslipidemia induced by high fructose intake independently of energy balance.
Glucose–fructose ingestion and exercise performance: The gastrointestinal tract and beyond
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Compared to GLU alone, GLUFRU ingestion could also induce several non-metabolic effects which are so far largely unexplored and may act on central fatigue and/or alter metabolic regulation.
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