‘This is the first study to assess the association of added sugars and the indicators of heart disease risk in adolescents,’said to Jean Welsh, author of the study and a postdoctoral fellow at Emory University in Atlanta, ‘The higher consumer more more unfavorable cholesterol levels. The concern is long-term exposure would be for heart disease for heart disease in later life. ‘.. Teens consume high sugar levels, lower high-density lipoprotein , the good cholesterol and higher triglycerides and lipoproteins were low density , the bad cholesterol.
‘. Sources. Teagasc, AlphaGalileo Foundation.. – Those with a higher intake of sugar had higher LDL levels of 94.3 mg / dL vs. 86, 7 in those the lowest, a 9 % difference. – Triglyceride levels in those with the highest consumption were 79 mg / dL compared to 71.7 mg / dL among the lowest, a 10 % difference. – Overweight or obese adolescents with the highest levels of added sugar consumption had increased signs of insulin resistance. ‘While the Americans work hard to get their intake of saturated fats seems to lower, it is not the same consciousness when added sugars, added sugars, ‘Welsh said.Information Regarding Forward – Looking Statements. With the exception historical information contained herein , the statements in this press release constitute forward looking statements that be subject pursuant to the safe harbor provisions of Private Securities Litigation Reform Act 1995 Forward-looking statements famous and unknown risk and uncertainties that could cause our actual future results to much materially lead from anticipated results. The risks and uncertainties include product demand, market competition and risks associated with our operations are. These risks are in our filings be described with the U.S.