Dietary added sugar and lipids

July 2010
Internal Medicine Alert;7/29/2010 Supplement, p112
The article reports that the occurrence of obesity, diabetes, and dental caries is linked with high amount of added sugars (aSUG), but the correlation between aSUG and lipids is still less definite.


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