High Fructose Corn Syrup Obesity
High Fructose Corn Syrup Dangers
High Fructose Corn Syrup Obesity is one of the latest common phrases we're hearing today. High Fructose Corn Syrup also referred to as HFCS. If I told you that HFCS was at the top of the dangerous foods to avoid list because it contributes directly to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease would you still consume it? Would you allow your children to consume it? So many are allowing consumption of soda in the home without this knowledge.
If I told you it is IMMEDIATELY STORED AS FAT and you want to kick obesity to the curb would you think about it then?
HFCS is the least expensive form of sugar and it is in almost everything. This substance is contributing to a world wide epidemic again known as High Fructose Corn Syrup Obesity. This "cheap sugar" is responsible for disrupting metabolic pathways that regulate your hunger signals.
READ YOUR LABELS AND LOOK FOR THE FOLLOWING FOODS TO AVOID:
The best way to get fatty liver without the buzz! Drink soda! I tease, but it is truth.
High Fructose Corn Syrup and Agave are highly dangerous to the human liver.
You and your family deserve better than to ingest this dangerous substance. This inexpensive and ultra-concentrated sugar has no resemblance to real food made by nature. There has been some recent reporting of mercury found in the processing of this health deteriorating substance, hence one of the many high fructose corn syrup obesity dangers.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and voice my opinion-
I sure wish someone had given me this information while raising my own children. I was THAT parent, but I vow I will NOT be THAT grandparent.
When eliminating soda from your child's diet, do not replace it with diet soda or fruit juice. Fruit juice is not the same as eating fruit. It's strictly the sugar of the fruit without enzymes and beneficial fibers. Stevita has a nice product line that you can transition your children to for a healthier beverage option.
I had the opportunity to hear Dr. Robert Lustig at a conference and his work has circulated throughout the world.
It is one hour long so be sure to bookmark this page if you don't have time. It's worth it!
“The high levels of sugar in soft drinks may be increasing the level of insulin in the body, which we think contributes to pancreatic cancer cell growth,” said Mark Pereira, Ph.D., senior author on the study and associate professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota.
As you can see, there are more problems with this sweetener than just high fructose corn syrup obesity. It's a true detriment to human health.
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