Does High-Fructose Corn Syrup Really Make You Fat?

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 the other is currently lacking. In other words, they’re both equally bad when consumed in excess.

4 Best, and 3 Worst, Sweeteners to Have in Your Kitchen

When it comes to sugar, virtually all forms will be toxic to your health in the long run. Switching from refined white sugar to cane sugar, date sugar, coconut sugar, brown rice syrup, fruit juice, molasses, maple syrup, sucanat, sorghum, turbinado, or agave syrup will NOT ameliorate any of the risks as they all contain HIGH amounts of fructose.

Fructose Overload

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Your Body On Sugar

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