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Fructose consumption linked to evidence of heart disease in teens

HealthDay reported, “Teens who consume large amounts of the food and beverage sweetener fructose show evidence of cardiovascular disease and diabetes risk in their blood,” according to a study published in the Journal of Nutrition.

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Health Implications of Fructose Consumption: A Review of Recent Data

A recent paper posted on MedScape reviews evidence in the context of current research linking dietary fructose to health risk markers and I learned a lot reviewing it. Here are some of the details. Fructose intake has recently received considerable … Continue reading

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The Truth About 7 Common Food Additives

I’ve written about food additives in three of my books; The Highly Healthy Child; Why A.D.H.D. Doesn’t Mean Disaster: and God’s Design for the Highly Healthy Child. You can find out more about or purchase these books here. However, this … Continue reading

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10 Diet Myths

True or false: You’ll get fat if you eat at night, high fructose corn syrup makes you gain weight, and caffeine is bad for you. Those are all diet myths that got busted today in Chicago at the American Dietetic … Continue reading

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