KSBI: Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute study finds increased risk of heart disease with sugar and refined carbohydrates
Researchers from Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute found eating and drinking sugar and refined carbohydrates may increase your risk for heart disease.
The study looked at more than 50 years of scientific data on the dietary and lifestyle causes of heart disease. Researchers found carbohydrate intake, especially from refined starches and sugars, contributes to heart disease much more than saturated fat.
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