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The metabolic effects of 2-week fructose feeding in normal subjects.



Key Questions Addressed
1 What is the effect of sugars on health outcomes in intervention studies?
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Primary Publication Information
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Title The metabolic effects of 2-week fructose feeding in normal subjects.
Author Crapo PA., Kolterman OG.
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Year 1984
Numbers Pubmed ID: 6369956

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Extraction Form: Sugar Evidence Map Intervention Studies
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Number Title Description Comments
1 Baseline sucrose
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2 Fructose
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Design Details
Question... Follow Up Answer Follow-up Answer
Study Design Single-arm Trial
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Funding Source National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolism and Digestive Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc.
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Intervention (Exposure) Information Fructose
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consumed in normal meals
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63-99g/day
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2 weeks
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Replacement
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Study Randomization No
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Comparator Information sucrose consumed in regular diet
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24% of total carbohydrate
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Isocaloric
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Baseline Health Status healthy
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Sample Size 11
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Anthropometry at Baseline mean
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66.4kg
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Male % 36%
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Country USA
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Age ... Value Range ... 19-62
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Was the study blinded? No
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What is the study population? Adults
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Publication Year 1984
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