hopeful wrote:High fructose corn syrup and sugar effectively identical in their biological effects. Once inside of you the end result is the same. That said, I've read so many things in the past year about the possible sugar and cancer connection. My husband's onc told us there wasn't any. But there are a lot of researchers out there who think otherwise. I don't know what to think.
Are any of you avoiding sugar or other sweeteners because of this?
PGLGreg wrote:Some HFCS trade organization or other (the Corn Refiners Association?) has taken to sprinkling ads in some news articles about diet and health. The ads have a pointer to a "FAQ" with their counter to some of the negative research/opinion about HFCS. Here is a pointer that I just ran across:
http://www.sweetsurprise.com/myths-and-facts/faqs-high-fructose-corn-syrup. I'm just passing this along -- I am personally about equally skeptical of this material and the anti-HFCS propaganda. The most interesting claim in the "FAQ", for me, is that HFCS and ordinary table sugar have nearly the same amount of fructose.
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