Added sugars and nutrient density in the diet of Danish children

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Lyhne, Niels; Ovesen, Lars;

The relation between added sugars and density of dietary fibre and micronutrients was examined by analysing diets from 983 Danish girls and boys aged 4-14 years. The average intake of added sugars was 13.7 E% ranging from 3.4 to 38 E%. One fourth of the diets were below... View more
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