Sugarproof Science

Here we provide the details and links to the research studies cited in the book organized by Chapter. For each citation, the text in bold refers to the relevant text from the Chapter



World Health Organization. Nutrition for Health and Development, “Guideline. Sugars intake for adults and children”. 2015, World Health Organization,: Geneva, Switzerland. p. 1 online resource (1 PDF file (vii, 49 pages)).

Vos, MB, Kaar, JL, Welsh, JA, Van Horn, LV, Feig, DI, Anderson, CA, Patel, MJ, Cruz Munos, J, Krebs, NF, Xanthakos, SA, Johnson, RK, American Heart Association Nutrition Committee of the Council on, L, Cardiometabolic, H, Council on Clinical, C, Council on Cardiovascular Disease in the, Y, Council on, C, Stroke, N, Council on, E, Prevention, Council on Functional, G, Translational, B, and Council on, H. “Added Sugars and Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Children: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association”. Circulation, 2016.

O'Reilly, GA, Belcher, BR, Davis, JN, Martinez, LT, Huh, J, Antunez-Castillo, L, Weigensberg, M, Goran, MI, and Spruijt-Metz, D. “Effects of high-sugar and high-fiber meals on physical activity behaviors in Latino and African American adolescents”. Obesity (Silver Spring), 2015. 23(9): p. 1886-94.