Interesting Information: April 13, 2016
High Fructose Corn Syrup Has a New Name–
And It’s Sneaking Back Into Food
Look for “Isolated Fructose” on the label.
I’m sick of how industry operates in this country.
And I’m sick of how our government is NOT protecting us from obvious health hazards.
I hope you are too.
Here’s a quote from the article below–setting aside for the moment that boxed cereals are a terrible choice for breakfast:
One such product is General Mills’ Vanilla Chex, a redesigned version of the Chex cereal that has been on grocery shelves for years. The label on the front of the box clearly states “no high fructose corn syrup,” but when you flip to the back and read the whole ingredient list, there is the new name for the same old problem: isolated fructose.
Anyway, here’s the skinny on what industry is doing with High Fructose Corn Syrup.
Here’s how the article begins:
As consumers have become more health conscious, and more savvy in their buying habits, the processed food industry is reacting by resorting to subterfuge. When you go down the grocery store aisles, you immediately see that more and more packaging bears the words “100% natural” on its labels. That is why health experts recommend you…