Consuming too much fructose during pregnancy raises the child’s risk for heart disease – Science Daily


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Consuming too much fructose during pregnancy raises the child's risk for heart disease
Science Daily
The UTMB study found that when pregnant mice only drink water sweetened with fructose, a common sweetener in foods and beverages, their offspring have several more risk factors for heart disease, compared with mice who only drank water throughout …
Gorging on sugary processed food and sodas during pregnancy 'increases the risk your baby will suffer heart disease'Daily Mail
Too much sugar for pregnant women 'puts child at greater risk of heart disease'Telegraph.co.uk

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