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A recent study in children found lowering sugar intake also lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome - improving blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol levels. The authors suggest cutting down on sugar will also benefit adults.
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Rated on: 6/14/2016 10:34:58 AM
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