Study: Added sugars play a role in cholesterol-related illnesses

04/20/2010 | USA Today · Reuters · HealthDay News

High consumption of added sugars such as table sugar, honey and molasses appeared to reduce levels of HDL "good" cholesterol and drive up triglycerides or blood fats in adults, CDC and Emory University researchers reported. The study's senior author said the findings "strongly support" American Heart Association guidelines that recommend a limited amount of added sugar intake per day. The ABA says sugar-sweetened beverages are not unique risk factors for heart disease or obesity.

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