Harvard Heart Letter

Abundance of fructose not good for the liver, heart

A high intake of fructose, in foods like soda, pastries, and breakfast cereals, can lead to a buildup of fat in the liver, as well as an increase in bad cholesterol, blood pressure, and other factors that are bad for the heart.

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