Archive: 2018

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Jun2018
Carin Napier, Durban University of Technology What is sugar? Sugar is a macronutrient that provides energy to the body, but is not a source of micronutrients. Sugars are Dietary Carbohydrates and can be sub divided in to monosaccharides, disaccharides and polyols. In this short discussion we will concentrate on monosaccharides and disaccharides ... Read More
June 21, 2018duke

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June 21, 2018duke

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Prof Marius Smuts and Berna Harmse (President: ADSA) had a meeting with Prof Tim Noakes on Tuesday 3 April to clarify some of the confusion around his nutrition communications to the public through the media. We are happy to report that it was a constructive meeting that opened doors for ... Read More
June 21, 2018duke

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Jun2018
COMMENTS RECEIVED FROM DR DP VAN VELDEN ON 18 APRIL 2012 Thank for the comments. I would like to add some clinical information in this regard. It should be made quite clear that a low CHO diet might be the preferred diet for people with insulin resistance. Prof Noakes has ... Read More
June 21, 2018duke

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Jun2018
Dr Louise van den Berg and Prof Corinna Walsh, University of the Free State Digestible dietary carbohydrates constitute different saccharides and sugars in food, thus starch, fruits and some vegetables, dairy products and refined sugars contribute to carbohydrate intake.1A diet that includes carbohydrates is encouraged for general health.2The brain and nervous ... Read More
June 21, 2018duke

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Jun2018
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June 11, 2018duke