AHA dietary counseling has positive effect on reducing added sugar intake

AHA dietary counseling has positive effect on reducing added sugar intake

Adhering to the American Heart Association diet and getting regular dietary counseling can help patients moderately decrease how much added sugar they consume, according to a new study by UMass Medical School behavioral health scientists published in the European Journal of Nutrition. Yunsheng Ma, MD, PhD, is lead author on the paper.

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