Similarities and interactions between the ageing process and high chronic intake of added sugars.

@article{Gatineau2017SimilaritiesAI,
  title={Similarities and interactions between the ageing process and high chronic intake of added sugars.},
  author={Eva Gatineau and Sergio Polakof and Dominique Dardevet and Laurent Mosoni},
  journal={Nutrition research reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={30 2},
  pages={
          191-207
        }
}
In our societies, the proportions of elderly people and of obese individuals are increasing. Both factors are associated with high health-related costs. During obesity, many authors suggest that it is a high chronic intake of added sugars (HCIAS) that triggers the shift towards pathology. However, the majority of studies were performed in young subjects and only a few were interested in the interaction with the ageing process. Our purpose was to discuss the metabolic effects of HCIAS, compare… CONTINUE READING
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