High Fructose Corn Syrup
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Table Sugar vs High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS)
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What is high fructose corn syrup?
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What’s the Difference Between Sugar and High Fructose Corn Syrup?
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Honey, High Fructose Corn Syrup, and the Problems with Nutrition Research
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Is High Fructose Corn Syrup Really That Bad For You?
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Avoid the Hidden Dangers of High Fructose Corn Syrup
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The claim: High-fructose corn syrup is worse for you than regular table sugar (sucrose). The facts: High-fructose corn syrup has been blamed for everything from obesity and dementia to heart attacks and strokes. But the truth is far more complicated, so some background is in orde.
The most common form of high-fructose corn syrup, HFCS 55, is virtually identical to regular table sugar. Evidence to suggest that one is worse than. Just like table sugar, HFCS is a combination of glucose and fructose. High fructose corn syrup is different from table sugar in the following ways: The ratio of fructose and glucose: There are two common formulations of HFCS that contain varying percentages of fructose.
HFCS 42 contains 42 percent fructose and HFCS 55 contains 55 percent fructose. Because it has more fructose than corn syrup that starts as pure glucose, it is referred to as ‘high-fructose,’ most forms contain either 42 percent or 55 percent fructose. There are many types of sugars — on a food label anything that ends in syrup or –ose, such as maltose or glucose, is sugar. But the truth is that corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup are two different products. Both products are made from corn starch, but regular corn syrup is 100 percent glucose, while high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has had some of its glucose converted to fructose enzymatically.
Scientists are examining the potentially negative effects of consuming large amounts of fructose in the form of. “In my opinion, there is no real difference between sugar and high-fructose corn syrup,” Temple said. “High-fructose corn syrup is more processed, but most of the sugar we use has also been. High fructose corn syrup is commonly used in foods such as tomato sauce, cake mixes, cereals, bread,s and juice. Manufacturers use it rather than natural sugar as it is cheaper and has a much longer shelf life. Several studies have linked high fructose corn syrup to obesity, heart disease, and cirrhosis of the liver.
Are you confused about high-fructose corn syrup? I didn’t think so. You know as well as I do that high-fructose corn syrup is bad news. You’ve seen the research, including the study from Princeton that found high-fructose corn syrup caused significantly higher obesity rates in lab animals compared to table sugar — even when the amount of calories from table sugar exceeded the calories. High-fructose corn syrup is chemically similar to table sugar.
Controversy exists, however, about whether the body handles high-fructose corn syrup differently than table sugar. At this time, there’s insufficient evidence to say that high-fructose corn syrup is any less healthy than other types of sweeteners. It turns out that the process of making corn syrup, cornstarch, or corn sugar is actually a mercury chlor-alkali process. It loads the victim with one of the most toxic heavy metals in the world.
The average teenager consumes 34 teaspoons of high fructose corn syrup each day.
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