Researchers find public health strategies to reduce the consumption of alcohol, since they are a major risk for diabetes mellitus type 2 than in large quantities.
According to the new BMJ report, sweet drinks are a great threat to Type 2 diabetes than many other fructose foods.
Studies show that fructose fruits and other dishes are not harmful to blood glucose levels, and other foods that add more energy to sweet drinks and diet can have a detrimental effect.
"These studies can help make suggestions about the major food sources of fructose in the prevention and treatment of diabetes," says Dr. John Sivenpiper, a leading researcher and researcher at the Center for Clinical Nutrition and Risk Change at the St. Michael Hospital. Toronto, Canada.
"But low levels of evidence and high quality research are needed."
The role of sugar in the development of diabetes and heart disease is widespread, and the fractosis can be particularly harmful.
Fructose is found in a number of food products, including natural fruits and vegetables, natural fruit juices and honey. It also joins food products under the guidance of "food sugar", such as soft drinks, breakfast, bakery products, sweets and desserts.
The current dietary guidelines recommend that you reduce sugar from sweet drinks, especially fructose. At the moment it should not be the case for all sugary foods.
Thus, researchers from the University of Toronto and the University of Toronto analyzed the results of 155 studies by measuring the effects of fructose on diet and diet, which affects people's blood glucose levels on various nutritional sources. Tests were monitored for 12 weeks.
The results were based on four studies: replacement (sugar comparison with other carbohydrates), compounding (diet added sugar energy), withdrawal (diet-derived sugar) or additives (sugar energy free of charge).
The results were glycatalized by hemoglobin or HbA1c (size of glucose attached to red blood cells), glucose fasting and insulin starvation (blood glucose levels and insulin levels).
The results show that most fructose sugars do not have a significant adverse effect on the level of blood vessels, while food does not give more calories. However, in some studies there was a significant adverse effect on the oral insulin.
Analysis of the actual food may have a positive effect on the control of blood glucose and insulin, especially in people with diabetes, as juices from fruit and fruits do not provide excess nutritional supplements. However, foods that add to the diet "excess nutritional-poor" energy are harmful.
Researchers have concluded: "It is important to know that Furkatose sugar has a detrimental effect on blood glucose through energy and food sources."
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