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Fitness Tips For For 1/5/2011
Corn Syrup Corn Sugar Good or Bad?
The not so sweet truth about corn syrup
High fructose corn syrup has become a common staple in the modern
diet. It has become the standard filler for food manufacturers
because it makes foods taste sweeter and preserves them for a
longer shelf life. This cheap ingredient is hidden in the long list
of ingredients of many popular food brands; and consumers have been
taking large amounts of corn syrup completely unaware of health
Many people assume that because corn syrup is derivative of corn,
that it is safe and natural. This is not the case. High fructose
corn syrup is a synthetic liquid derived from corn starch.
The most immediate danger high fructose corn syrup poses is fat
gain; and over a long period of regular consumption, obesity. A
February 2010 Princeton study using rats showed that subjects
with access to high fructose corn syrup gained significantly
more fat than rats with access to table sugar. The documents of
the study quote: "In addition to causing significant gain in
lab animals, long-term consumption of high-fructose corn syrup
also led to abnormal increases in body fat, especially in the
abdomen, and a rise in circulating blood fats called
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the
40 years since the introduction of high-fructose corn syrup in the
United States has seen a sharp upward spike in the rates of obesity.
Aside from obesity, the Princeton study mentions that high fructose
corn syrup also spiked triglyceride levels; also known as bad
cholesterol. This means that sugary sweet snacks packed with high
fructose corn syrup puts consumers in danger of heart disease,
hypertension, and stroke.
Recently, corn syrup producers, in an attempt to rehabilitate the
negative image surrounding corn syrup have started using the term
corn sugar when referring to high fructose corn syrup; hoping to
convince label conscious shoppers that they are consuming products
made with natural sugar. Corn sugar, despite the more wholesome
name, poses all the same health risk as the formerly named high
fructose corn syrup.
The scariest side effects of high fructose corn syrup may the
ones science and health researchers have not yet discovered.
Protect yourself by avoiding high fructose corn syrup /corn
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