The Australian Paradox

Professor Jennie Brand-Miller and Dr Alan Barclay



Further reading


It's important to note that Professor Jennie Brand-Miller and Dr Alan Barclay are not alone in their views about fructose. Many scientists around the globe question the validity of the claim that the sugar fructose is toxic, for example:

David Despain. Stop singling out sugar

Forbes. Sweet And Sour: The Media Decided Fructose Was Bad For America; But Science Had Second Thoughts

Scientific American. Is Sugar Really Toxic? Sifting through the Evidence

Sugar Showdown: Science Responds to "Fructophobia" showcased at the recent EB2012 conference in San Diego.

Dr John Sievenpiper, M.D. Fate of fructose

Dr David Katz, M.D. Perils of a Sugar-coated Scapegoat. and Fructose and the Follies of History

Dr Arya M. Sharma, M.D. Why Banning Sugar Will Not Solve Obesity.

Dr James M. Rippe, M.D. The Health Implications of Sucrose, High-Fructose Corn Syrup, and Fructose: What Do We Really Know?

Dr Mark Kern, RD, PhD. Scientific Review of Robert Lustig's Fat Chance

Dr John S. White., PhD. Challenging the Fructose Hypothesis: New Perspectives on Fructose Consumption and Metabolism