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Fructose-containing sugars and cardiovascular disease.
The effects of fructose-containing sugars on weight, body composition and cardiometabolic risk factors when consumed at up to the 90th percentile population consumption level for fructose.
No Effect of Added Sugar Consumed at Median American Intake Level on Glucose Tolerance or Insulin Resistance.
Fructose containing sugars do not raise blood pressure or uric acid at normal levels of human consumption.
Relationship between Added Sugars Consumption and Chronic Disease Risk Factors: Current Understanding.
The metabolic and endocrine response and health implications of consuming sugar-sweetened beverages: findings from recent randomized controlled trials.
Sugars, obesity, and cardiovascular disease: results from recent randomized control trials.
Controversies about sugars consumption: state of the science.
Fructose Containing Sugars at Normal Levels of Consumption Do Not Effect Adversely Components of the Metabolic Syndrome and Risk Factors for Cardiovascular Disease.
What is the appropriate upper limit for added sugars consumption?