Fructose and fructose intolerance

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Fructose intolerance, including FODMAPS – Dr Janice Joneja September 2014

Fructose – the good, the bad – and the malabsorbed... Michelle Berriedale-Johnson explains. September 2010

Fruit allergy – a useful overview with practical management suggestions from Drs Sanjeev Khanna and Sandeep Kadam in the Times of India. May 2010

Fruits to avoid if you suffer from dietary fructose intolerance - the view from Hawaii. 2009

Fructose malabsorption – Jennifer Butt discovers that avoiding fructose is no way as easy as it sounds... 2007


Research Reports

Research findings could pave way for a fructose tolerance test. October 2014

'The malabsorption of simple carbohydrates is the most common type of non-immune-mediated food intolerance, affecting 20% to 30% of the European population. This condition is caused either by deficient digestion of lactose or by malabsorption of fructose and/or sorbitol.' November 2013

Fructose intolerance/malabsorption common in children with recurrent or abdominal pain. November 2010

Fructose in the 'fat dock'. September 2009

Can fructose make you fatter? July 2008


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