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Glycaemic index: did Health Canada get it wrong? Position from the International Carbohydrate Quality Consortium (ICQC)

  • International Carbohydrate Quality Consortium, David J. A. Jenkins (a1), Walter C. Willett (a2), Arne Astrup (a3), Livia S. A. Augustin (a4), Sara Baer-Sinnott (a5), Alan W. Barclay (a6), Inger Björck (a7), Jennie C. Brand-Miller (a8), Furio Brighenti (a9), Anette E. Buyken (a10), Antonio Ceriello (a11), Cyril W. C. Kendall (a12), Carlo La Vecchia (a13), Geoffrey Livesey (a14), Simin Liu (a15), Andrea Poli (a16), Gabriele Riccardi (a17), Salwa W. Rizkalla (a18), John L. Sievenpiper (a19), Antonia Trichopoulou (a20) and Thomas M. S. Wolever (a21)...
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