The Murky World of High-Fructose Corn Syrup

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Excuse the rash of ‘doomsday’ blog entries this week. But hey – it’s a dangerous world.

Even though the death rate here is 100%, it’s still worthwhile to know how to improve our ‘quality of life’ while in this body, in this life.

Intelligent life is all about discrimination. It seems that high fructose corn syrup is well worth doing without. It’s in a lot more things than you might think.

Most of us would be surprised to learn that the larger percentage of sweeteners used in processed food today comes from corn, not sugar cane or beets.

The process for making the sweetener ‘high fructose corn syrup’ (HFCS) out of corn was developed in the 1970s. Yet the process is not a simple one, and involves many questionable and dangerous ingredients. Read more to understand how HFCS is certainly not all sweetness and light…
Posted by Kurma on 28/1/07; 5:43:38 AM

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