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Research & Clinical Studies

  1. Batterman, C.K., Augustine, M.E. and Dial, J.R. (1987) Sweetener Composition, US Patent 4,676,991.
  2. Hyvönen, L, Kurkela, R., Kiovistionen, P.and Ratilainen, A. Fructose-saccharine synergism. Journal of Food Science 1978;43: 251-254.
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  4. Roberts, T.A. ’Microbiological control of food production’, in Microbial Food Poisoning, p. 154, edited by A.R. Eley. Published by Chapman and Hall, 1992.
  5. Koivisto, V.A. Fructose as a sweetener in diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Care 1978; 4: 241-246.
  6. Mehnert, H. and Förster, H.Die orale Anwendung von Fructose als Zuckeraustauschstoff in der Diät des Diabetes mellitus. Aktuelle Ernährung 1979; 4: 178-193.
  7. Tappy, L, Randin, J.P., Chiolero, R., Simonson, D.C., Jequier, E. and DeFronzo, R.A. Comparison of the thermogenic effect of fructose and glucose in normal humans. AM.J.Physiol. 1986; 250 (Endocrinol. Metab. 13): E718-E724.
  8. Foster-Powell, K., Holt, S,H,A, and Brand-Miller, J.C. (2002) International table of glycaemic index and glycaemic load values: 2002. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 76: 5-56.
  9. FAO/WHO Expert Consultation. Carbohydrates in human nutrition; report of a joint FAO/WHO Expert Consultation, Rome, 14-18 April 1997: Food and Agricultural Organisation, 1998 (FAO food and Nutrition paper 66).
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  11. Koivisto, V.A. and Yki-Järvinen, H. Fructose and insulin sensitivity in patients with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Internal Medicine 1993; 233: 145-153.
  12. Moore M.C., Mann, S.L., Davis, S.N. and Cherrington, A.D. (2001) Acute fructose administration improves oral glucose tolerance in adults with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care 24:11:1882-87.
  13. Moore M.C., Cherrington A.D, Mann S.L., Davis S.N. (2000) Acute fructose administration decreases the glycaemic response to an oral glucose tolerance test in normal adults. J Clin Endocrinol Metab Dec 85:45 15-9.
  14. Hawkins, M., Gabriely, I., Wozniak, R., Vilcu, C., Shamoon, H. and Rossetti, L. (2002) Fructose improves the ability of hyperglycaemia per se to regulate glucose production in type 2 diabetes Diabetes 51:606-614.
  15. Spitzer, L., and Rodin, J. Effects of fructose and glucose preloads on subsequent food intake. Appetite 1987; 8: 135-145.
  16. Holbrook, J.T., Smith, J.C. and Reiser, S. Dietary fructose or starch: effects on copper, zinc, iron, manganese, calcium and magnesium balances in humans. Am J. Clin. Nutr. 1989; 49: 1290-1294.
  17. Ref: Van Turnout, Ph., Pelgroms, J., and Van Der Meeren, J,: Sweetness Evaluation of Mixtures of Fructofin® with Saccharin, Aspartame and Acusulfame K, Journal of Food Science (vol. 50) 1985.