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TL, Alderete; SM, Mierau; MC, Bailey; LE, Wild; WB, Patterson; PK, Berger; RB, Jones; JF, Plows; MI, Goran
Added sugar and sugar sweetened beverages are associated with increased postpartum weight gain while soluble fiber intake is protective in Hispanic women from Southern California Journal Article
Am J Clinical Nutrition, 2020.

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Sylvetsky, A C; Figueroa, J; Rother, K I; Goran, M I; Welsh, J A
Trends in Low-Calorie Sweetener Consumption Among Pregnant Women in the United States Journal Article
Curr Dev Nutr, 3 (4), pp. nzz004, 2019.

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Davis, J N; Asigbee, F M; Markowitz, A K; Landry, M J; Vandyousefi, S; Khazaee, E; Ghaddar, R; Goran, M I
Consumption of artificial sweetened beverages associated with adiposity and increasing ĦbA1c in Hispanic youth Journal Article
Clin Obes, 8 (4), pp. 236–243, 2018.

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Petherick, E S; Goran, M I; Wright, J
Relationship between artificially sweetened and sugar-sweetened cola beverage consumption during pregnancy and preterm delivery in a multi-ethnic cohort: analysis of the Born in Bradford cohort study Journal Article
Eur J Clin Nutr, 68 (3), pp. 404–407, 2014.

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