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The public health significance of dietary fructose.

It is increasingly appreciated that some foods and food components, including fructose, have specific health benefits and/or potential risks. This recognition is associated with varied health claims and cautionary statements that can drive dynamic changes in food manufacture, selection, consumption, and views about food safety. It is imperative that the scientific and public health communities develop clear standards for evaluating potential benefits and risks, a process for accurately conveying sound public health information to consumers, and a mechanism for monitoring future changes in the food supply and relating these changes to potential health effects. In this paper we discuss specific and general considerations about the health effects of dietary fructose and provide a perspective on their public health significance. On the basis of currently available information, there is little basis for recommending increased or decreased use of fructose in the general food supply or in products for special dietary use.[1]


  1. The public health significance of dietary fructose. Glinsmann, W.H., Bowman, B.A. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. (1993) [Pubmed]
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