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Background. The objective of this study was to compare, in an animal model, the effect of different sugar types (sucrose vs. high-fructose corn syrup 55%) consumed as 10% by weight of the diet (11.6% of daily caloric intake) on the amount of food consumed, body weight, fatty tissue deposits,...

Author(s)
Sadowska, J.; Bruszkowska, M.
Publisher
Wydawnictwo Akademii Rolniczej w Poznaniu, Poznań, Poland
Citation
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum - Technologia Alimentaria, 2017, 16, 2, pp 231-240
Abstract

D-Allulose-containing rare sugar sweeteners have been categorized into two types, rare sugar syrup (RSS), consisting of 4 rare monosaccharides, and modified glucose syrup (MGS), rich in D-allulose, which was previously referred to D-psicose. The anti-obesity effect of RSS and D-allulose has been...

Author(s)
Ochiai, M.; Misaki, K.; Yamada, T.; Iida, T.; Okuma, K.; Matsuo, T.
Publisher
Center for Academic Publications Japan, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Nutritional Science and Vitaminology, 2017, 63, 3, pp 208-213
Abstract

Domestic US sugar production has been protected by government policy for the past 82 years, resulting in elevated domestic prices and an estimated annual (2013) $1.4 billion dollar "tax" on consumers. These elevated prices and the simultaneous federal support for domestic corn production have...

Author(s)
Dilk, A.; Savaiano, D. A.
Publisher
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA
Citation
Nutrition Today, 2017, 52, 3, pp 143-150
Abstract

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is widely used as sweetener in processed foods and soft drinks in the United States, largely substituting sucrose (SUC). The orexigenic hormone ghrelin promotes obesity and insulin resistance; ghrelin responds differently to HFCS and SUC ingestion. Here we...

Author(s)
Ma XiaoJun; Lin LiGen; Yue Jing; Wu ChiaShan; Guo, C. A.; Wang RuiTao; Yu KaiJiang; Devaraj, S.; Murano, P.; Chen Zheng; Sun YuXiang
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2017, 18, 6, pp 1302
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High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is one of the most used sweeteners in the food industry. Health concerns regarding the consumption of HFCS-containing foods have developed in parallel with the increasing amount of people who become overweight. This study was conducted to investigate whether...

Author(s)
Sınır, G. O.; Suna, S.; Inan, S.; Bagdas, D.; Tamer, C. E.; Copur, O. U.; Sarandol, D. S. E.; Sonmez, G.; Ercan, I.; Evrensel, T.; Tarım, O. F.; Eren, E.; Uylaser, V.; Incedayı, B.
Publisher
Sociedade Brasileira de Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos, Campinas, Brazil
Citation
Food Science and Technology (Campinas), 2017, 37, 2, pp 337-343
Abstract

Perinatal exposure to excess maternal intake of added sugars, including fructose and sucrose, is associated with an increased risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes in adult life. However, it is unknown to what extent the type of sugar and the timing of exposure affect these outcomes. The aim of this...

Author(s)
Toop, C. R.; Muhlhausler, B. S.; O'Dea, K.; Gentili, S.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Physiology, 2017, 595, 13, pp 4379-4398
Abstract

The modern Western society lifestyle is characterized by a hyperenergetic, high sugar containing food intake. Sugar intake increased dramatically during the last few decades, due to the excessive consumption of high-sugar drinks and high-fructose corn syrup. Current evidence suggests that high...

Author(s)
Legeza, B.; Marcolongo, P.; Gamberucci, A.; Varga, V.; Bánhegyi, G.; Benedetti, A.; Odermatt, A.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Nutrients, 2017, 9, 5, pp 426
Abstract

Fructose-containing added sugars, such as sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup, have been experimentally, epidemiologically, and clinically shown to be involved in the current epidemics of obesity and diabetes. Here we track this history of intake of sugar as it relates to these epidemics. Key...

Author(s)
Johnson, R. J.; Sánchez-Lozada, L. G.; Andrews, P.; Lanaspa, M. A.
Publisher
American Society for Nutrition, Bethesda, USA
Citation
Advances in Nutrition, 2017, 8, 3, pp 412-422
Abstract

Dietary intake of fructose corn syrup in sweetened beverages is associated with the development of metabolic syndrome and obesity. We hypothesized that inflammatory cytokines play a role in lipid storage and induction of liver injury. Therefore, this study intended to explore the expression of...

Author(s)
Lebda, M. A.; Tohamy, H. G.; El-Sayed, Y. S.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Nutrition Research, 2017, 41, pp 47-55
Abstract

Obesity is caused by a number of factors including heredity, lack of exercise, and poor diet. Diets rich in fats and carbohydrates are the common culprits leading to obesity. Here we studied the effects of these components on proteins involved in drug disposition. Male rats were given a normal diet ...

Author(s)
Abdussalam, A.; Elshenawy, O. H.; Jardan, Y. A.; El-Kadi, A. O. S.; Brocks, D. R.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2017, 106, 6, pp 1650-1658

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