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Diabetic children who eat high-fat foods do not gain more pounds, a new study finds

In assessing diet quality, high blood lipids found in older children were measured from blood collected by strict dietary intakea.51
The results showed which types of high fat foods, pure virgin olive oil (ceram), high-fat meals and high-fat snacks such as gummies, biscuits, chocolate, biscuits and Zara were part of 25 daily intake questions.
Furthermore, there were no differences between groups according to the weight of the children at the same BMI cut-point of 14kg/m2, 14kg/m2, 13kg/m2 and 6kg/m2.