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BuzZStop Issue #42 -- Sugar is Bad, But is High Fructose Corn Syrup Worse?
January 12, 2009

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High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is now an ingredient in almost every processed food, biscuits, soft drinks, jams, ketchup, candy bars, fruit juices, cookies, chocolates, yoghurt, pizzas, beers, cakes, breads, cereal bars, salad dressings, potato chips, etc, you name it.

“Fructose” and “corn” conjure in our minds images of ears of juicy corns and baskets of fresh fruits. The name high fructose corn syrup sounds rather harmless, and in fact even suggests substances that are natural and healthy, but what exactly is it? Read full account in "Sugar is Bad, But is High Fructose Corn Syrup Worse?"

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