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Home Health News Study finds direct link between natural sweetener and gut inflammation - SlashGear

Study finds direct link between natural sweetener and gut inflammation – SlashGear

If you suffer from an inflammatory bowel disease like Crohn’s disease, there’s a good chance that eating a modern Western diet is making it considerably worse. The latest study on this topic comes from Stony Brook University, which found that eating fructose may cause intestinal inflammation to worsen. Fructose, of course, is commonly used as a sweetening agent, particularly in the US, a practice that has been heavily criticized from a public health standpoint for years.
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