NaturalNews) According to the Corn Refiners Association, high-fructose
corn syrup (HFCS) is no worse for you than any other dietary
carbohydrate. Many health experts, however, disagree, warning consumers
that HFCS is strongly correlated with diabetes and obesity.

Today,
we bring you selected quotes about HFCS and obesity from noted natural
health authors. Feel free to quote these in your own work provided you
give proper credit to both the original author quoted here and this
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Roughly $40 billion in federal subsidies are going to pay corn growers, so that corn syrup is able to replace cane sugar. corn syrup has been singled out by many health experts as one of the chief culprits of rising obesity, because corn syrup does not turn off appetite. Since the advent of corn syrup, consumption of all sweeteners
has soared, as have peoples weights. According to a 2004 study
reported in the American journal of Clinical Nutrition, the rise of
Type-2 diabetes since 1980 has closely paralleled the increased use of sweeteners, particularly corn syrup.
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Since the fructose in corn syrup does neither stimulate insulin
secretion nor reduce the hunger hormone ghrelin, you will continue to
feel hungry while the body converts the fructose into fat. The
resulting obesity increases the risk of diabetes and
other diseases. Since you obviously cannot expect to receive much help
from those who only know how to treat the effects of illness and not
its causes, you may need to take your health into you own hands.
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More than half of the carbohydrates being consumed are in the form of sugars (sucrose, corn syrup, etc.) being added to foods as sweetening agents. High consumption of refined sugars is linked to many chronic diseases, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. Generally, the term “dietary fiber
refers to the components of plant cell wall and non-nutritive residues.
Originally, the definition was restricted to substances that are not
digestible by the endogenous secretions of the human digestive tract.
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