Clinical Trial Overview: Metabolic Impact of Fructose Restriction in Obese Children (SUCRE)
Papers Published on this Study
- Obese Children’s Health Rapidly Improves With Sugar Reduction Unrelated to Calories
(Study Indicates That Calories Are Not Created Equal; Sugar and Fructose Are Dangerous)
- Isocaloric fructose restriction and metabolic improvement in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome.
- Effects of Dietary Fructose Restriction on Liver Fat, De Novo Lipogenesis, and Insulin Kinetics in Children With Obesity
- Short-term isocaloric fructose restriction lowers apoC-III levels and yields less atherogenic lipoprotein profiles in children with obesity and metabolic syndrome.
- Isocaloric Fructose Restriction Reduces Serum D-Lactate Concentration in Children With Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome
(Study shows that a fructose metabolite in the liver, methylglyoxal (of which D–lactate is the breakdown product), correlates with changes in both de novo lipogenesis and insulin resistance when starch is substituted for sugar. Short version: SUGAR IS TOXIC! And here’s the toxin.)