Excessive fructose intake raises liver disease risk in diabetes

High fructose consumption in obese people and those with diabetes leads to decreased levels of ATP molecules, which provide energy to liver cells, and can increase the risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, with inflammation and scarring in the liver. The results appear online in Hepatology.

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