JASN Fructose Review

Fructose Hypothesis Fundamentally Flawed
Contradicts Human Studies and Decades of Nutrition Advice
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 29, 2010
CONTACT: David Knowles
(202) 331-1634
WASHINGTON, DC – An article published in the November 29 issue of the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology (JASN) incorrectly suggests that consumption of ‘excessive’ fructose in the American diet may play a unique role in high blood pressure,

New Study – Added Sugars & Heart Disease

Moderate Sugar Intake as Part of a Balanced Diet Doesn’t Promote Weight Gain, or Risk Factors for Heart Disease
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 17, 2010
CONTACT: Cameron Coursen
202-729-4189
cameron.coursen@ogilvypr.com
WASHINGTON – Consuming fructose from added sugars at levels found in the average American diet does not lead to weight gain or an increased risk for heart disease when part of a weight-stable diet,

Focus on Fructose Misplaced

Focus on Fructose Misplaced
Moderation of All Calories and a Balanced Lifestyle Message Lost in Media Shuffle
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 11, 2010
CONTACT: Shannon McNamara
(202) 331-1634
smcnamara@corn.org
WASHINGTON,