November 2004 Issue
Type of Carbs in Your Diet May Affect Diabetes Risk
Harvard researchers have found that consuming too much fructose—mainly as high fructose corn syrup from soft drinks and fruit punch—and eating too little complex carbohydrates and high-fiber foods like cereal, result in increased blood levels of a hormone that is linked to the development of type 2 diabetes.
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