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Added Sugar Intake and Public Health

Added Sugar Intake and Public Health Letters and the occurrence of adverse events when used to treat fraction of the population consumes too much added sugar” 2 1 patients with HIV infection. and that consumption has been stable over time. Yang et al We did not measure levels of the drugs in our study. How- documented an increase and subsequent decrease in calo- ever, we evaluated the safety profile of these interactions by ries from added sugar, seen in the percentage consuming closely monitoring HIV RNA, CD4 T-lymphocyte counts, and more than 25% of their calories from added sugar (10.3% in renal function, including serum creatinine level, estimated glo- 1988-1994, 16.6% in 1999-2004, and 9.9% in 2005-2010). merular filtration rate, phosphate level, and urinalysis for glu- This unstable trajectory suggests the need to examine how 3,4 cosuria and proteinuria. In addition, urinary beta-2 micro- and why consumption patterns have changed and, by globulin levels were closely monitored as a surrogate for renal extension, to take action. proximal tubular dysfunction, the most common tenofovir- Similarly, using the Institute of Medicine (IOM) threshold associated renal toxicity. of 25% of total calorie consumption coming from added We did not observe any adverse events of concern dur- sugar, the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Added Sugar Intake and Public Health

JAMA , Volume 314 (2) – Jul 14, 2015

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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2015 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2015.6221
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26172901
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Abstract

Letters and the occurrence of adverse events when used to treat fraction of the population consumes too much added sugar” 2 1 patients with HIV infection. and that consumption has been stable over time. Yang et al We did not measure levels of the drugs in our study. How- documented an increase and subsequent decrease in calo- ever, we evaluated the safety profile of these interactions by ries from added sugar, seen in the percentage consuming closely monitoring HIV RNA, CD4 T-lymphocyte counts, and more than 25% of their calories from added sugar (10.3% in renal function, including serum creatinine level, estimated glo- 1988-1994, 16.6% in 1999-2004, and 9.9% in 2005-2010). merular filtration rate, phosphate level, and urinalysis for glu- This unstable trajectory suggests the need to examine how 3,4 cosuria and proteinuria. In addition, urinary beta-2 micro- and why consumption patterns have changed and, by globulin levels were closely monitored as a surrogate for renal extension, to take action. proximal tubular dysfunction, the most common tenofovir- Similarly, using the Institute of Medicine (IOM) threshold associated renal toxicity. of 25% of total calorie consumption coming from added We did not observe any adverse events of concern dur- sugar, the

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 14, 2015

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