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By David LeveneSource: ABC News | November 11, 201712:19:01A quick note on the definition of “carbohydrate”: a molecule made up of a carbon atom and an oxygen atom, with a molecular weight of 6.5.
Carbohydrates are made up mainly of carbohydrate molecules.
Carbohydrate has the same structure as sugar, with the carbon atom having the same carbon structure as fructose.
But a molecule with the same chemical structure is called a carbohydrate.
Carbs have many different functions.
They are a source of energy and can be a source or a cause of disease.
In fact, sugar, when it’s converted into carbohydrates, has been shown to be a risk factor for diabetes.
“It’s one of the key things in modern medicine to have good blood glucose control.
We know that sugar is the primary fuel for our bodies, so the goal is to keep that in balance,” Dr. Scott MacDougall, professor of nutrition and metabolic medicine at the University of Toronto, said in a press release.
The reason sugars are linked to diabetes is because of their complex structure, which is a byproduct of the breakdown of fructose.
So, when you have a lot of sugar, the cells in your pancreas convert it into sugar, which you need for energy.
But sugar is not the only sugar you need.
You need some type of sugar for insulin production.
Sugar also has other effects on the body.
High sugar consumption can result in diabetes and insulin resistance.
When people consume more sugar than their bodies need, their insulin levels will increase and cause a drop in insulin production, leading to high blood sugar levels.
People who consume more than they need can also develop Type 2 diabetes.
The disease can develop in a number of ways.
For example, high levels of triglycerides are known to trigger an insulin resistance, which can lead to insulin resistance and even diabetes.
High levels of high blood pressure are linked with Type 2 Diabetes, and it’s also a risk for heart disease.
These diseases are linked in part to the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages.
However, there is also research that indicates that sugar consumption is a risk factors for Type 2 and cardiovascular disease.
This has been known for a long time, and many scientists have come to the conclusion that a lot more research is needed on this.
While sugar is very important to people, it can also cause problems for some people.
Some people are sensitive to the effects of sugar and may develop weight gain.
And some people, who eat too much sugar, develop type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease in turn.
It is important to note that the type of food that contains a lot sugar will also contain a lot other types of compounds, which are known as “nutrients.”
So, if you are sensitive, eating sugar-rich foods can lead you to a higher level of inflammation, which in turn will lead to increased risk of type 2 and other diseases.
For example, there are other nutrients that are found in sugar-based foods.
Foods that contain sugar are also known as refined carbohydrates, and the amount of refined carbohydrates in these foods will be different from the amount found in other foods.
These foods can include refined rice, refined corn, refined bread, refined dairy products, refined meat, refined oils, and refined sugar.
There is a lot you can do to reduce the risk of diabetes.
But there are also some ways to lower your risk.
You can reduce your risk of Type 2 by eating foods that are low in refined carbohydrates.
For instance, you can eat foods that contain less refined sugar and more whole grains.
Also, if people are consuming too much refined sugar, it’s possible to reduce their risk of obesity and diabetes by eating more vegetables, whole grains, and fruits.
If you’re overweight, you may also want to consider reducing the amount and type of refined sugar you eat.
You can do this by eating less refined sugars, and replacing refined sugar with other healthy foods.
If you think you have diabetes, or know someone who does, call your doctor right away.
They can help you reduce your diabetes risk.