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Fructose induces synthesis and reduces oxidation of liver fatty acids through ChREBP activation
Rebollo de Grado, Alba; Baenaa, M.; Roglans i Ribas, Núria; Alegret i Jordà, Marta; Laguna Egea, Juan Carlos
Introduction and aims. During last few decades, the prevalence of obesity, metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance, among other metabolic disturbances, has raised considerably in many countries worldwide. Environmental factors (diet, physical activity), in tandem with predisposing genetic factors, may be responsible for this trend. Along with an increase in total energy consumption during recent decades, there has also been a shift in the type of nutrients, with an increased consumption of fructose, largely attributable to a greater intake of beverages containing high levels of fructose...
2014-03-27
Fructosa
Malalties del fetge
Àcids grassos
Fructose
Liver diseases
Fatty acids
(c) Fundación Teófilo Hernando / Sociedad Española de Farmacología, 2012
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