High Fructose Corn Syrup: Sugar Substitute Or Evil Twin

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by Robert Lalonde

High Fructose Corn Syrup: Sugar Substitute Or Evil Twin

High Fructose Corn Syrup: Sugar Substitute Or Evil Twin

by Robert Lalonde

Since it only takes one quarter teaspoon of sugar to take your blood level from a normal range to a diabetic blood sugar level, you need to know about the sweeteners that are in your food supply.
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There are several different variations of high fructose corn syrup and each contains a different proportion of fructose to glucose.

Many studies in the past singled out HFCS as being the worst offender in the sugar substitute line-up and we've seen recent studies saying it's not much different from regular sugar.

This book takes a look at how regular sugar and high fructose corn syrup affect our health. It also takes a look at two recent studies that suggest high fructose corn syrup is more an evil twin, and you might want to read this before you run out and buy some HFCS!

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Google Category: Media > Books > Non-Fiction > Health & Fitness Books

Pages: 43

ASIN: B00W92ZLXI

Sales Rank: 1571811

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