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Aspects of carbohydrate intake from confectionery products


, : Aspects of carbohydrate intake from confectionery products. Susswaren in der modernen Ernahrung: ernahrungsmedizinische Betrachtungen: 62-65

The responses of blood sugar, insulin and glucagon to confectionery consumption are discussed.


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