High Fructose Corn Syrup is worse than sugar

High Fructose Corn Syrup
Should Be Labeled As A Poison

By Carolyn Guilford
October 9, 2008


“This chemicalized fructose is sweeter than sugar in an unhealthy way, and is digested differently in a bad way. Research has shown that “high-fructose corn syrup” goes directly to the liver, releasing enzymes that instruct the body to store more fat! This elevates triglyceride (fat in the blood) levels and elevates total cholesterol levels. New research indicates that HFCS fools the body by turning off the body’s sense of feeling full, when eating products containing it. Therefore, persons tend to eat more than they would. Tests also indicate that chromium levels are lowered by this chemical and contribute to the advance of type 2 diabetes.” click here for the rest of the article

2 thoughts on “High Fructose Corn Syrup is worse than sugar

  1. I can’t seem to find a physician or clinic that is dedicated to helping patients solve their diabetes (Type II) using only alternative medications and supplements/herbs. I DO NOT want to fill my body with drugs that have only ingredients that cause adverse reactions and kill off all good body functions and health. Right now I am taking a natural blood glucose product (Physician Formula by Dr S. Holt/MD – Blood Sugar Naturally w/Cinnamon Supreme that offers Nutritional Support for Insulin Resistance plus a book “Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Refeversing Diabetes ” without drugs plus a natural supplement for lowering my cholesterol levels, “Red Yeast Rice Plus CoQ-10. Unfortunatel, taking the natural route of resolving my condition results in having to pay for all the “good and healthy resolutions” out of pocket, since my insurance pays only for prescribed drugs. I’ve been taking the blood glucose/cholesterol supplement for about 2 months and I’m not having much luck in getting my glucose/ cholesterol levels down to a healthy level. Plus, it’s almost impossible to find a single item at the grocery store that doesn’t have this destructive item (“Fructose Corn syrup”) included. It seems the only recourse I have is to buy “Organic” foods only – which are priced out of my range of income (Social Security income resource). Thank you for listening.

    Concerned Diabetic

  2. Local grown produce is better than “organic” IMO. Start your own garden is the best option. Learn how to can for the winter. You didn’t mention exercise. Are you training everyday? That is critical to get your cells to accept insulin properly.

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