Research Watch - Volume 2, Issue 5

In this issue:

  • Global study looks at the association of fat and carbohydrate intake with mortality and cardiovascular disease with controversial results
  • New research from Mexico finds that the sugary drink tax had no negative impact in beverage-related employment, refuting industry claims
  • Modelling study finds that reformulation of food products to meet certain nutrition standards could significantly reduce energy, added sugar, and saturated fat intake among Americans

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