Grand Rounds - May 6, 2022
"Dietary Sugars & Sweeteners in the Development of Obesity, Metabolic Risk and Cognitive Development in Early Life"
Speaker: Michael Goran, MD. Director, Program in Diabetes and Obesity The Saban Research Institute, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles; Professor of Pediatrics & Atkins Endowed Chair in Childhood Obesity & Diabetes, USC Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles
- Review sources of sugar in the diet and ubiquitous nature in the food supply.
- Recognize names of 200+ names for sugar used as food ingredients and how they differ.
- Understand differences between different types of low calorie sweeteners and effects on the body.
- Review effects of different sugars on the body including kids including brain development, learning and memory, emotional behavior, gut problems, fatty liver disease, type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular health.
- Discuss life course effects of different sugars and how they affect gestational development through to healthy aging.
- Discuss strategies for reducing sugar in children.
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