What is the relationship between added sugars consumption and risk of type 2 diabetes?
Approach to Answering the Question
NESR Systematic Review
Beverages and Added Sugars Subcommittee
Systematic Review Protocol
Developed for each scientific question being examined, the protocol describes the plan for how the systematic review will be conducted. The protocol provides the:
- Analytic framework,
- Literature search and screening plan, and
- Literature search and screening results.
For this question, added sugars are sugars that are either added during the processing of foods, or are packaged as such (e.g., a bag of sugar). Added sugars include sugars (free, mono- and disaccharides), sugars from syrups and honey, and sugars from concentrated fruit or vegetable juices that are in excess of what would be expected from the same volume of 100 percent fruit or vegetable juice of the same type. (Studies that use a different definition of added sugars will also be considered.) In addition, the outcomes include glucose, insulin, hemoglobic A1C, prediabetes, and type 2 diabetes.
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