Isocaloric fructose restriction and metabolic improvement in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome.

@article{Lustig2016IsocaloricFR,
  title={Isocaloric fructose restriction and metabolic improvement in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome.},
  author={Robert H. Lustig and Kathleen Mulligan and Susan M Noworolski and Viva W. Tai and Michael John Wen and Ayca Erkin-Cakmak and Alejandro Gugliucci and Jean-Marc Schwarz},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2016},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={
          453-60
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Dietary fructose is implicated in metabolic syndrome, but intervention studies are confounded by positive caloric balance, changes in adiposity, or artifactually high amounts. This study determined whether isocaloric substitution of starch for sugar would improve metabolic parameters in Latino (n = 27) and African-American (n = 16) children with obesity and metabolic syndrome. METHODS Participants consumed a diet for 9 days to deliver comparable percentages of protein, fat, and… CONTINUE READING

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