Swedish Nutrition Foundation. International symposium. Ystad (SWE), 1992/05/19.
Carbohydrates, together with fats and proteins, provide the necessary energy needs for humans, and constitute, therefore, an integral part of a normal diet.
An etiological model for caries that considers local and host factors is presented, high-lighting the interaction of bacteria, saliva, minerals, and trace elements with food residues and with other intrinsic environmental and behavioral characteristics of the host.
Consideration of this complex multifactorial etiology precludes the identification of any one factor as the only one to be singled out in prevention and management of oral disease.
Sugar is, unquestionably, a risk factor for caries, and, therefore, its total substitution with energetic or nonenergetic sweeteners has been found useful.
Mots-clés Pascal : Glucide, Carie dentaire, Facteur risque, Sucrerie, Alimentation, Prévention, Homme, Dent, Dent pathologie, ORL pathologie
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Carbohydrate, Dental carie, Risk factor, Sugar works, Feeding, Prevention, Human, Tooth, Dental disease, ENT disease
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