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  1. Spännande statistikstudie https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29587470 However, regardless of the statistical method used, the results always show very similar trends and identify high carbohydrate consumption (mainly in the form of cereals and wheat, in particular) as the dietary factor most consistently associated with the risk of CVDs. These findings are in line with the changing view of the causes of CVDs. via Zoe Harcombe http://www.zoeharcombe.com/2018/04/carbohydrates-cardiovascular-disease/ That was the first staggering finding – across 158 countries in the world, the average consumption of wheat totalled almost 800 calories per day (198 grams at approximately 4 calories per gram). 8) Glucose from cereals and starches may impact blood glucose more than refined sugar. Refined sugar was associated with raised blood glucose in men and women in all countries outside Europe combined, but not in Europe. In European men and women, cereals and starches, rather than refined sugar, were associated with raised blood glucose. via Annika http://annikadahlqvist.com/2018/04/03/spannmal-sarskilt-vete-har-det-storsta-sambandet-med-hjartdod/
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