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Caries Res (2019) 53 (2): 149–152.
Published Online: 07 August 2018
...Joao Breda; Jo Jewell; Amélie Keller The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a reduced intake of free sugars throughout the life course (strong recommendation) with a reduction of free sugars intake to less than 10% of the total energy intake (strong recommendation) and preferably below 5...
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Caries Res (2019) 53 (2): 145–148.
Published Online: 07 August 2018
...Andreas G. Schulte; Georgios Tsakos Caries is the most prevalent chronic condition worldwide and the association between high-level intake of sugars and dental decay is strong and well established. Interestingly, to combat caries, dental practitioners and public health dentists in many countries...
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Caries Res (2017) 51 (2): 149–159.
Published Online: 28 January 2017
... establish the causal links that could only be suggested by the present cross-sectional findings. Aggression Childhood caries Conflict Family Sugar Recent research has shown that childhood dental caries, like several other physical health outcomes, is associated with a range of social...
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Caries Res (1997) 31 (3): 238–243.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
...J.C. Miguel; W.H. Bowen; S.K. Pearson World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 2.5 billion people have anemia caused by iron deficiency that could be prevented by fortification of food; sugar, for example, has been used successfully as a vehicle for dietary iron fortification. The inclusion...
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Caries Res (1997) 31 (3): 244–248.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
...J.C. Miguel; W.H. Bowen; S.K. Pearson Sugar is used as a vehicle for iron fortification in communities where anemia is prevalent. The purpose of the present study was to investigate the relationship between caries experience and iron concentration in sugar fed to rats subjected to a severe...
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Caries Res (1994) 28 (5): 348–352.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
...F. Lagerlöf; A. Oliveby; D.A. Weetman; D.A.M. Geddes Salivary clearance of sugars influences acid production of dental plaque. The aim of the present study was to follow the clearance of sucrose overtime. Ten subjects participated in five or six experiments each during a period of 20 months...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (Suppl. 1): 16–22.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
... equivalent to fluoridation of either drinking water or salt because of problems of consistent delivery. Sugar, beverages (including tea) as well as fluoride-rich mineral waters are likely to be of only limited importance for caries prevention, but may be effective on an individual basis. 20 11 2009...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (6): 488–494.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
... bread, on the one hand, and sugar-free chewing gum and sugar-free candies, on the other. A protective effect of skimmed milk and artificial sweeteners was also observed. Results reflect the role of certain foods in caries development, but also the outcome of selective dietary counseling to high-risk...
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Caries Res (1990) 24 (Suppl. 1): 27–35.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Dental caries Diet Dietary habits Sugar Paper B Diet, Nutrition and Dental Caries Caries Res I990;24(suppl l):27-3 5 Behavioural Aspects of Dietary Habits and Dental Caries D. Birkhed Department...
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Caries Res (1990) 24 (Suppl. 1): 3–15.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Diet Sugar Caries prevalence Paper A Diet, Nutrition and Dental Caries Caries Res 1990;24(suppl 1):3-15 © 1990s. Karger a g . Basel ooos-6568/90/0247-oo03S2.75/0 Changes in the Prevalence...
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Caries Res (1973) 7 (4): 273–282.
Published Online: 17 November 2009
...J. Carlsson; T. Johansson The aim of this study was to elucidate if sugar is a limiting substrate for the growth of the oral microflora. Six subjects were used. Water, glucose solution or peptone yeast extract broth were pumped into the mouth during 4-hour periods and all oral fluid was collected...
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Caries Res (2005) 39 (5): 357–362.
Published Online: 19 August 2005
...P. Gabre; C. Norrman; D. Birkhed Feeding problems due to impaired oral motor functions resulting in prolonged meals are common among persons with brain damage. The aim of the present investigation was to study the oral sugar clearance in 16 individuals with oral motor dysfunction (OMD) and 16...
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Caries Res (2003) 38 (Suppl. 1): 3–8.
Published Online: 22 December 2003
... intake, to 25–35% of the energy intake and an increased intake of carbohydrate to more than 55% of the dietary energy intake, which should mainly be derived from starch. There is a positive relationship between total sugar intake and the incidence of dental caries where dental hygiene is poor...
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