Individuals who ate sweets at least every other day were no more likely to gain excess weight and did not have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease than those who consumed sweets once a week or less, according to a study in Nutrition Journal. However, the results do not mean that people should overindulge in such items, researchers said.
Sweets do not raise obesity, CVD risks, study finds
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