Source: UK Health Forum
Follow this link for fulltext http://www.ukhealthforum.org.uk/prevention/pie/?entryid43=33517
Date of publication: February 2014
Publication type: News article
In a nutshell: Researchers from the CDC have found a link between the amount of added sugar a person consumes and their risk of suffering a heart attack. A person was three times as likely to suffer a heart attack if they got a quarter of their daily calories from added sugar such as that found in fizzy drinks or chocolate.
Length of publication: 1 webpage
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Acknowledgement: UK Health Forum