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Fructose consumption contributes to hyperinsulinemia in obese adolescents through a GLP-1 mediated mechanism.

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Summary of "Fructose consumption contributes to hyperinsulinemia in obese adolescents through a GLP-1 mediated mechanism."

The consumption of high-fructose beverages is associated with higher risk for obesity and diabetes. Fructose can stimulate GLP-1 secretion in lean adults, in the absence of any anorexic effect.

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Name: The Journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism
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