Print Issue: October 01, 2015

Sugar-sweetened drinks lead to high concentrations of tryglicerides

Sugar-sweetened drinks linked to lower HDL-C

Higher intake of sugar-sweetened beverages has been associated with lower levels of high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) and higher concentrations of triglycerides, according to a study published in September 2 in the Journal of Nutrition. 
 Maria Van Rompay, PhD, and colleagues examined a multi-ethnic sample of 613 children and adolescents aged 8 years to 15…

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