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Relation of dietary glycemic index, glycemic load, added sugar intake, or fiber intake to the development of body composition between ages 2 and 7 y



Relation of dietary glycemic index, glycemic load, added sugar intake, or fiber intake to the development of body composition between ages 2 and 7 y



American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 88(3): 755-762



Background: Observational studies in adults suggest that a diet with a high glycaemic index (GI) or glycaemic load (GL), a high intake of sugary foods, or a low fibre intake may increase the risk of overweight. Objectives: We aimed to examine prospectively whether dietary GI, GL, added sugar intake, or fibre intake between age 2 and 7 y are associated with the development of body composition. If so, we aimed to ascertain whether these associations are modified by meal frequency.

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