High fructose intake raises visceral fat, BP

Consuming large amounts of fructose was linked to increased systolic blood pressure, C-reactive protein and visceral fat, and reduced good cholesterol levels, according to a study in The Journal of Nutrition. Cardiovascular risk factors appear when calorie intake from fructose was more than 16% of total intake, said lead author Norman K. Pollock.

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