HIGH GLYCEMIC INDEX MAY RAISE LUNG CANCER RISK ESPECIALLY IN NEVER SMOKERS


by K.B.B. TEAM March 30, 2016

Glycemic index (GI) assigns foods an indexed value to show how quickly and how much carbohydrates in the food cause blood glucose levels to rise after eating and is a measure of overall carbohydrate quality...

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