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April 01, 2013

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Tim

I don't think you understand. I haven't seen the video (we can't view it in this country), but what Lustig is saying is 'it is equally as bad' - and it is cheaper - meaning - it therefore has moved everywhere. He wouldn't endorse it for a second.

Chad

Dr. Lustig is saying sugar and high-fructose corn syrup are equal, and that isn't true. High-fructose corn syrup is also worse because it's cheaper.

Equating sugar and high-fructose corn syrup gives HFCS legitimacy it doesn't deserve.

Gertrude

As i come from a family with hereditary Diabetes 2, i may suffer from prediabetes. I also suffer from foodallergies. I can only speak for myself that sugar and all other sweet product have a totally different effect on my body. Whenever i eat HFCS, after not having read the label or f.i. in a restaurant when tired to be unable to eat anything in restaurants, i fall in a sort of comateuze state, possibly equaling a diabetes hypo. I do not have that reaction when eating sugar/real honey, not the fake one etc.

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My typical breakfast

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    There is no right way to finding the balance of food, just your way. My typical breakfast is whole wheat spaghetti with homemade sauce, sautéed mushrooms, and a naturally low-fat Italian cheese sprinkled on top. Works for me.

 

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