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The Lowdown On High Fructose Corn Sugar—HFCS

3859480429 bbf453c9da zHigh fructose corn sugar (HFCS) has taken on another name—a façade of sorts—to legitimize its ubiquitous presence in most processed foods. If you haven’t seen HFCS recently on food labels, did you recognize its alter ego—“corn sugar”?

The Corn Refiners Association and food processors wanted another term for HFCS which, basically, equated with “not healthful” or “contributes to certain unhealthy conditions,” thus we now have HFCS appearing as corn sugar, but still delivering the same adverse nutrition aspects that prompted the name change.

Dr Dana Flavin, MD, PhD, former FDA official and toxicologist, has expertise in HFCS, which she says is “too sweet to eat.” Furthermore, that 45 percent of HFCS or corn sugar is tainted with mercury (Hg)! That’s according to a peer-reviewed study published in Environment Health Magazine.

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