July 28, 2007

Numbers Game: The Right Carbs

A study published in the Cancer Epidemiology, Mile Markers, and Prevention journal analyzed the eating patterns of 1,800 Mexican women and concluded that participants who got more than half of their total calories from refined carbohydrates (white flour, sugar, chips, cookies, etc.) had a __________ percent higher risk of developing breast cancer, than subjects whose carbohydrate intake consisted mostly of whole grains.

a) 25
b) 95
c) 220
d) 100

Leave your guess in the "comments" section and come back on Tuesday for the answer!


Anonymous said...

Since diet products need to have less than 5 calories to be labeled calorie free, do most diet sodas tend to have just under five, or are the closer to pepsi one and have zero to one calorie per serving? does coke zero really have zero calories per serving? thank you!

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