High-fructose and high-fat diet-induced disorders in rats: impact on diabetes risk, hepatic and vascular complications

@inproceedings{Lozano2016HighfructoseAH,
  title={High-fructose and high-fat diet-induced disorders in rats: impact on diabetes risk, hepatic and vascular complications},
  author={Iona Lozano and Remmelt Van der Werf and William Bietiger and Elodie Seyfritz and Claude P{\'e}ronet and Michel Pinget and Nathalie Jeandidier and E Maillard and Eric Marchioni and S{\'e}verine Sigrist and St{\'e}phanie Dal},
  booktitle={Nutrition & metabolism},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND As a result of the increased consumption of sugar-rich and fatty-products, and the increase in preference for such products, metabolic disorders are becoming more common at a younger age. Fructose is particularly used in prepared foods and carbonated beverages. We investigated the impact of regular consumption of fructose, in combination or not with fatty food, on the onset of metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes (T2D). We evaluated the metabolic, oxidative, and functional effects… CONTINUE READING
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