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- n. Alternative form of high fructose corn syrup.
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When many people think of sugar substitutes, thoughts turn to coffee sweeteners and diet soda, but high-fructose corn syrup is in a majority of processed foods.
It actually has high-fructose corn syrup and sugar added to its “natural flavors,” bringing you calories and fat similar to those in mayonnaise.
And avoid trans fats aka partially hydrogenated oils and high-fructose corn syrup when possible.
There are also recent concerns that high-fructose corn syrup made in the United States may contain mercury.
Eliminating high-fructose corn syrup from your diet is easier said than done.
Because of its lower price, high-fructose corn syrup may also be partially responsible for the oversizing of bottled soda and packaged baked goods.