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Academic Article Is the fructose index more relevant with regards to cardiovascular disease than the glycemic index?
Academic Article Carbohydrate exerts a mild influence on fluid retention following exercise-induced dehydration.
Academic Article Low-fructose diet lowers blood pressure and inflammation in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Academic Article The effect of two energy-restricted diets, a low-fructose diet versus a moderate natural fructose diet, on weight loss and metabolic syndrome parameters: a randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Comparison of free fructose and glucose to sucrose in the ability to cause fatty liver.
Academic Article Fructose induces the inflammatory molecule ICAM-1 in endothelial cells.
Academic Article The effect of fructose on renal biology and disease.
Academic Article Higher dietary fructose is associated with impaired hepatic adenosine triphosphate homeostasis in obese individuals with type 2 diabetes.
Concept Diet, Carbohydrate-Restricted
Concept Dietary Carbohydrates
Academic Article A pilot study on the impact of a low fructose diet and allopurinol on clinic blood pressure among overweight and prehypertensive subjects: a randomized placebo controlled trial.
Grant Dietary Salt has an Unrecognized Role in Modulating Energy Intake and Metabolic Syndrome
Grant Fructokinase and Nondiabetic and Aging-Associated Chronic Kidney Disease
Concept Diet, Carbohydrate Loading
Academic Article Endogenous fructose production: what do we know and how relevant is it?
Academic Article Osthol Ameliorates Kidney Damage and Metabolic Syndrome Induced by a High-Fat/High-Sugar Diet.

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