UK Paper Summarizes Problems with HFCS
From a UK paper-
UK Paper - Times Online
Richard Faulks, ofthe Institute of Food Research in Norwich says:
“The problem with it is that it is too easy to consume too much,” Faulks says. “It is everywhere. You don’t always realise where it crops up because you don’t look for it, so you can take in large quantities of HFCS and think you are eating healthily.”
Juan Zapata, a Republican in the Florida House of Representatives, calls HFCS the “crack of sweeteners” and wants it banned.