I guess I could say I expected a little bit more from you guys than the PC answer that doesnt make anyone mad. Anyone being, companies that produce high fructose corn syrup.
Maybe you could look into something for me as you guys might have more tools at your disposal.
I remember reading a small and rather discreet column in the mens health magazine regarding obesity and HFC’s role. From what I remember they claimed that HFC wasnt utilized the way normal sugar was, HFC wouldnt not get used immediately like white sugar, HFC would turn almost immediately into fat, HFC would not trigger the release of Leptin, a hormone that was explained to give people the “FULL FEELING” after they have ate so much.
So we have people eating more and not becoming full and to top it off teh calories they are eating are almost immediately being turned into fat. Sounds like a recipe for obesity to me.
I was rereading the article you all wrote and I guess I missed the part where you make the acknowledgement that A-HFCs stop the release of the hormone that makes you full and then B-Claim were drinking a load of soda that have HFCs in them but then UTTERLY FAIL TO MAKE THE CONNECTION that you might eat a whole lot more food because of the consumption of so much HFCS?
Really? You missed that?
It didnt make sense to you that maybe the american public is eating more because they dont feel full because they are eating HFCs in almost every meal?
Cant wait to hear a response to this.
Is it possible you guys might be able to find the article Im talking about?
Not to get to conspiracy theorist with this, but it makes an absolute whole lot of sense to put something into food that would make people eat more.