• Can Restricting Fructose Intake Reduce Fatty Liver Disease in Children?

Can Restricting Fructose Intake Reduce Fatty Liver Disease in Children?

Reducing dietary fructose for as little as 9 days decreases liver fat, visceral fat, and de novo lipogenesis and increases insulin sensitivity, secretion, and clearance in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome, researchers reportĀ in the September issue of Gastroenterology. These findings support efforts to reduce sugar consumption. Consumption of sugar

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How Can We Prevent Pancreatic Disease?

Tobacco use, obesity, and heavy use of alcohol are the factors most likely to increase risk for pancreatic diseases, researchers report in the October issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Vegetables and fruit, on the other hand, appear to reduce risk. Strategies to prevent acute pancreatitis, chronic pancreatitis, and pancreatic

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