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1Chapter 4: CarbohydratesAdded SugarsGuidelines recommend that you reduce the intake of calories from added sugars. Limit consumption offoods and beverages that contain added sugars.Food labels list the total grams of sugar a food provides per serving. This total reflects bothadded sugars and those occurring naturally in foods. You can tell which foods are high in addedsugar by checking the ingredient list on the food.1.List at least 6 common names of added sugars (carbohydrate sweeteners) used in foods(usetextbook for guidance):●Galactose● Fructose● Lactose●Glucose● Sucrose● Maltose2.What are the 2 main problems with consuming excess amounts of added sugars or caloricsweeteners?These must be evidence-based and scientifically proven.If information isobtained from sources outside of the course textbook or lecture slides, references arerequired.Dental cariesEmpty caloriesReferences:3.Using yourIntake Spreadsheet Report(one from each day of your first 5-day Diet Analysis),recordbelow the total amount of Sugar (g) you consumed each day and then identify 2 foods eachday that contributed to this amount.Indicate the food and then grams of sugar this foodcontributed.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Gerhardt,H
Tags
Nutrition, Dietary Fiber, Carbohydrate

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