By Fred Lee
The obesity issue is a constant source of concern in the world today. Diets high in fat, salt, and sugar are taking their toll on children and adults, leading to record numbers of overweight people. Now, adding the already long list of health problems, doctors have found that fatty diets with levels of fructose similar to what is present in high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) can contribute to fatty liver disease and scarring in animal models. The study also helped to develop a non-invasive blood test that can monitor the progress of the disease. The current method to track fatty liver disease is through biopsies, which are invasive procedures.
To arrive at their findings, published in th
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