Shocking Diet Facts On High Fructose Corn Syrup-1

Foreword By The Author

High Fructose Corn Syrup is a man-made product manufactured using corn as the base media. If you have never heard of it that is no surprise because most people are unaware of its existence, much less what it is used for. In fact, it is an artificial food sweetener that is widely used in the processing of packaged foods of all sorts.
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Who Is Isabel De Los Rios?

In the video below, I introduce Isabel De Los Rios, who pulls no punches when it comes to her opinions and expertise in the areas of diet and health. I am a great admirer of hers because of her fearless stance as an advocate for ordinary people who want to stand up for what’s right in the fields of health and nutrition, both for themselves and their loved ones. She is an acknowledged expert and in the video talks about various controversial issues surrounding the use of High Fructose Corn Syrup as a food ingredient and why you should avoid it if you possibly can.

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To find out more about this product and why you are advised to avoid it wherever possible, or at least reduce the quantity of it that you consume, watch the video below. This is the first in a series of videos containing valuable free, and often hard to find, information that can help in your quest to lose weight, become healthy, stay healthy and enjoy a long life. The next in the series is entitled ‘Shocking Diet Facts On High Fructose Corn Syrup-2‘, in which she elaborates further and shows just how common this food additive is and how to be sure that you and your family are not unwittingly consuming it in the food you eat. Simply go to the Videos menu in the right sidebar and click on Weight Loss to find the next video after you have watched this one.

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18 Responses to Shocking Diet Facts On High Fructose Corn Syrup-1

  1. James says:

    Once I started to be more conscous of the kinds of foods I was eating, I have cut out several packaged foods which were simply unnecessary for me to be eating. I also stopped using the artificial sweetener in my coffee, opting for flavored creamer instead (although I am quite sure the sweetened creamer is just as bad). With just a few adjustments to my diet, I already feel better with more energy and I noticed I haven’t gained any weight on days when I do not exercise. And on the days that I I do work out, I lose one eight of an inch off my waist line every day that I eat well and exercise. That is a healthy weight loss rate and you can see that at that rate, one can lose a lot of body fat in just one month. Imagine how many inches you can take off your waist line in a few months or a year.

  2. Michael says:

    Now that I am more educated about processed foods and how detrimental they are to my quest to get ripped, I find myself wrestling with conflict throughout the day. Today, I ate a very healthy breakfast, once lunch time came around, I knew I should open a can of tuna, dice up some onion and celery and make a sandwich. I was conflicted because before I bore the burden of dietary knowledge, I would have no problem microwaving a Nathan’s hot dog and eating it with potato chips. I confess that I gave into my old habit today, but not without guilt. I couldn’t help but feel the fat accumulating inside my waistline. Thanks, Isabella, for educating me, even though it can sometimes be a burden for my own benefit.

  3. Carlos says:

    After thinking about all that the beautifully fit, Isabel De Los Rios, covered in the video on 101answers.com, I started to eliminate what few processed foods I had been eating (I consider my eating habits to be pretty healthy), but just being aware of things like margarine and artificial sweeteners, made me realize something important. I noticed in the past few years that I would feel sluggish after eating certain things like bagels with margarine spread. I attributed this to aging. But once I became aware of what she teaches, I realized I had strayed from my good eating habits without even realizing I had started to ingest certain processed foods. Once I culled those out, I noticed a change for the better, with higher energy levels. Once I cut out I can’t believe it’s not butter’, I couldn’t believe it made such a difference.

  4. weight loss says:

    Although high-fructose corn syrup is chemically similar to table sugar (sucrose), concerns have been raised because of how high-fructose corn syrup is processed. Some believe that your body reacts differently to high-fructose corn syrup than it does to other types of sugar.Some research studies have linked consumption of large amounts of any type of added sugar not just high-fructose corn syrup to such health problems as weight gain, dental cavities, poor nutrition, and increased triglyceride levels, which can boost your heart attack risk. But there is insufficient evidence to say that high-fructose corn syrup is less healthy than are other types of added sweeteners.

  5. Charlyn says:

    Isabel is an incredibly beautiful and fit woman and mother. At first glance, many people who are struggling with excess body fat must be thinking she is simply blessed with genetics. That is how some people who don’t know a better way tend to think. It is a natural defensive reaction the a person would believe because they’d rather not accept responsibility for their own failure. I went to her website, 101answers.com, and watched a video presentation that is very informative with details on diet and foods you can incorporate into your diet. I recommend you click on the link in this article. You’ll be in for a great lesson that can change your life if you practice what you’ll learn.

  6. Susan says:

    Another great post revealing nutritional facts that people should know but probably don’t. It is amazing to me how much stuff we simply miss by not reading the ingredients. It is going to take me more time when I do the grocery shopping from now on but this makes it worth it. I am trying to avoid diabetes in my husband and myself so it is good to know that I need to watch out for the corn syrup in things. Thanks for the information.

  7. Shirley says:

    This was a shocking post, I never knew that High fructose corn syrup was in so much food basically sabotaging any good you might have been trying to do In your diet. Thank you for sharing this article and I look forward to reading the rest of your blogs. I will also check out your web site for more information that I thought I knew but really didin’t

  8. Larry says:

    I have heard of fruitcose, but never stopped to think about its role in health and nutrition. It makes me think twice about eating great tasting foods because the first thing I am going to ponder when I am savoring some food or drink, for that matter, is “does this have fructose and if so, how much of it? I work out hard six days per week in most weeks and I hate the thought that I may be undermining all the time and effort I spend in the gym by ingesting fructose. I have to assume the reason more foods do not use natural sweeteners, like honey, is because it is more expensive which means less profits for food manufacturers. And who is Aussie Mike, anyway? Is he the host of this blog?

  9. Esther says:

    I discovered after reading this blog and watching the video that I knew nothing about the foods that contain High Fructose Corn Syrup and that I need to start checking out everything I purchase as far as ingredients so I am not caught off guard. This is some very important information for someone who is diabetic. Thank you for posting these amazing details, I look forward to your next blog about Carbohydrates.

  10. Darrell says:

    You posted an amazing video that touched on a subject that is difficult to deal with. Everyday we are told “eat this not that, “do this not that, “drink this not that what has happened to society where we have to be told how to take care of ourselves. Our kids are in such bad shape today that the schools have to tell the parents don’t send sweets to school with your kids and some are even contemplating banning sack lunches from school because the kids bring in unhealthy stuff. I know they are trying to keep kids from being obese but I hope they understand that if you deprive them they are going to gorge on the bad stuff when you are not around which will make them even bigger. This was a very informative post on High fructose foods though and what it does. Keep making these posts they are very helpful when trying to eat more healthy.

  11. Audrey says:

    Is it true that they sneak High Fructose Corn Syrup into almost everything? Is it in diet foods? If something is sugar free then they can’t put it in there right because it is just a form of sugar? Don’t they mainly use sugar alcohol in sugar free foods? What exactly is sugar alcohol and where does it come from? Would you mind doing a post on that?

  12. local video says:

    Really impressed! Everything is very, very clear and open. You might have shared a great deal of valuable information.

  13. James says:

    The last thing I needed was more bad news about what I have been consuming. It’s bad enough my body type and genetics force me to exercise six days a week. Now to learn that I have been drinking fructose in my Gatorade is disappointing. I’m sure there are some good alternatives for energy and recovery drinks that I could switch to. Would anyone care to recommend a good tasting, protein and / or electrolyte rich drink that I could swap for Gatorade?

  14. Bernice says:

    High fructose corn syrup is used in almost everthing. The most important piece of advice I have received is the less ingredients an item has the better for you it will be, pay close attention to the ingredients on anything you buy. And another tip I read was that the number one ingredient listed in something is also the highest amount in that product.

  15. James says:

    I hope more people get to see this video. Personally, I avoid high fructose corn syrup like the plague as it is not healthy at all. You can see it on the labels of so many products nowadays which just goes to show how widespread it’s use is.

  16. Dave says:

    Seems like there is new information by the second in the areas of health. As a diabetic I find I can’t learn nearly as much as I need to and when I do find info it changes the next day. For instance, is this the week where eggs are bad for you? Or is it a good week? Thanks for the information on corn syrup. Something else to watch out for!

  17. sabayergar says:

    Excellent video that highlights a few troubling facts which everybody truly should learn about.

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