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Appendix 2 Ventura et al Sugar Content of Popular Sweetened Beverages Based on Objective Laboratory Analysis Focus on Fructose...
Appendix 4 White Straight Talk About High Fructose Corn Sryup What it is and What it Ain t
Appendix 5 McGregor et al Effect of Sweeteners on the Quality and Acceptability of Yogurt
Appendix 6 Stanhope et al Consuming Fructose Sweetened not Glucose Sweetened Beverages Increses Visceral Adiposity and Lipids and...
Appendix 7 Stanhope et al Consumption of Fructose and High Fructose Corn Syrup Increase Postprandial Triglycerides LDL Cholesterol...
Appendix 8 Tappy et al Metabolic Effects of Fructose and the Worldwide Increase in Obesity
Appendix 10 Havel Dietary Fructose Implications for Dysregulation of Energy Home ostasis and Lipid Carbohydrate Metabolism
Appendix 11 Johnson et al Hypothesis Could Excessive Fructose Intake and Uric Acid Cause Type 2 Diabetes
Appendix 12 Johnson et al Potential Role of Sugar Fructose in the Epidemic of Hypertension Obesity and the Metabolic Syndrome...
Appendix 13 Perez et al Excessive Fructose Intake Induces the Features of Metabolic Syndrome in Healthy Adults Men Role of Uric...
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Date Posted: Aug 28, 2012
Country: United States
State or Province: DC
Category: Private Industry - C0003
Please ban high fructose corn syrup. It is now a food, it is a poison.
I am HFCS/Fructose Intolerant. HFCS/Fructose malabsorption /intolerance manifests as a 4-6 hour bout of cramping and diarrhea, flatulence, usually without...
corn syrup is killing people slowly but surely it needs to be eliminated its not so hard to use real sugar!! corn syrup causes over eating!
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