HFCSSHydrogen Fuel Cell Storage System
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HFCSs were first introduced in 1967 and levels of consumption increased by more than 1000% between 1970 and 1990 [26].
Given the continued increase in the use of fructose and HFCSs and the inconsistencies in reporting fructose intake, it has been suggested that the percentage of energy consumed as fructose is greater than 20% in a substantial proportion of the US population [24].
However, because of its commercial value, the significant introduction of fructose and HFCSs in processed foods and beverages, and the resulting increase in human consumption of free fructose, understanding the mechanisms of fructose absorption became increasingly important.