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Researchers at the University of Toronto, San Miguel and Toronto, have published a study published in the British Medical Journal to determine how sugar cancers affect blood glucose levels.
To do this, they analyzed previous studies on 155 subjects. Assessments have been evaluated by people with diabetes with less than 12 weeks of age and diabetes.
After analyzing the results, most fructose sugars have been found naturally in foods, such as plants, fruits and natural fruit juices, do not cause blood glucose levels. However, foods containing extra glucose, such as soft drinks, breakfast cereals, baking and sweets may be harmful.
Foods that add excessive foods to a "healthy diet", despite the fact that delicious drinks are particularly harmful.
"These findings can be helpful in preventing and managing diabetes," said John Sievenpiper, the main writer, in a statement. "But the evidence is low and high quality studies are required."
Analysts acknowledged some limitations, including small sample sizes, short-term monitoring, and limited number of foods. But they realized that they had done a thorough and thorough investigation.
Scientists are hoping to continue their research and demand more health care providers "are aware that the effects of fructose sugars containing blood glucose are rooted according to the source of energy and food."
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