American Heart Association Recommends Limiting Added Sugars

The American Heart Association today released new recommendations on limiting intake of added dietary sugars.

Back in 2006, the American Heart Association (AHA) recommended minimizing consumption of beverages and foods with added sugars.

Now, the AHA is getting more specific, with recommendations detailed down to the teaspoon based on a person’s age, sex, and activity level.

American Heart Association Recommends Limiting Added Sugars.

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