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journal contribution
posted on 14.06.2020 by Baharuddin Baharuddin, Tati Suhartati, Sjafril Vika Permana, Fathimah Andi Rumpa
This study aims to show the effects of fructose on human health with approach animal sample
research. Interest is based on the due to problems of excess sugar consumption, especially the type of
fructose that many peoples don’t know realize it. This objective is supported by the data world sugar
consumption is constantly increasing. Consumption of fructose over the normal limit will increase the risk
of disease. The focus of this research parameter are the blood glucose levels and uric acid. This study design
was Randomized Post Test Control Group Design uses the subject of male white rats Rattus norvegicus (n =
39). The research subjects were then divided into three groups. The control group K (n = 13) was
administered 1 cc of distilled water, the low dose group P1 (n = 13) was given a solution of fructose 1 cc at
a dose of 450 mg/150grBW/day and the high dose group of P2 (n = 13) was given a solution of fructose 1.5
cc at a dose of 1350 mg/ 150grBW/day. Treatment of the subjects during for 30 days. Test results on blood
glucose levels an increase of 46% (P <0.05) in the high-dose nor in uric acid levels also increased 48% in the
high dose (P <0.05). Observation on fructose-containing food products have not been found labels to the
inclusion of fructose contained heavy detail. The conclusion from this research that consumption of fructose
at high levels can harm health risk giving. To anticipate the necessary arrangements total amount of
consumption of sugar, especially fructose and regulations in order to do innovation will labeling fructose
in food and beverage products. Labeling would be beneficial for consumers because they can regulate the
amount of sugar consumed fructose safe day