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Fastfood fremmer fedme - sekundærpublikation

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Professor Steen Stender, professor Jørn Dyerberg & professor Arne V. Astrup Gentofte Hospital, Klinisk-biokemisk Afdeling, og Københavns Universitet, Det Biovidenskabelige Fakultet, Institut for Human Ernæring
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Ugeskr Læger 2007;169(19):1804-1806
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1804-1806
Summary Fast food promotes weight gain Ugeskr Læger 2007;169(19):1804-1806 The total amounts of fat in a fast food menu consisting of French fries and fried Chicken Nuggets from McDonald's and KFC, respectively, bought in 35 different countries vary from 41 to 71 gram. In most countries the menu contained unacceptably high amounts of industrially-produced trans fat which contributes to an increased risk of ischaemic heart disease, weight gain, abdominal fat accumulation and type 2 diabetes. The quality of the ingredients in fast food ought to be better and the size of the portions smaller and less energy-dense so that frequent fast food meals do not increase the risk of obesity and diseases among customers.
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