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The Hidden Dangers of High-Fructose Corn Syrup

High-fructose corn syrup is a sweetener that is used in many sodas and processed foods. Government subsidies of corn have made it ...

Which Has More Calories: Brown Sugar or White Sugar?

Most of the sugar consumed around the world is refined sugar derived from sugar cane. Sugar is a natural substance which when extr...

Dangers of Sucralose

Sucralose, which is sold under the brand name Splenda, was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 1998. It's accepte...

How Does Sugar Affect Energy Levels?

Consuming sucrose and other types of sugar appear to raise energy levels in proportion to the amount consumed. In fact, consuming ...

Flourless Sugar-Free Desserts

Most people trying to limit their carbohydrate intake avoid eating flour and sugar. Flour and sugar are rich in carbohydrates and ...

Eucalyptus Honey Treatment for Cataracts

Inside your eye, you have a lens that directs light to the back of your eye. As you age, the proteins in the lens can clump togeth...

The Effects of Ethanol on Auto Engines

In the United States in the early 2000s, ethanol was hailed as a revolutionary fuel soon to free the U.S. transportation sector fr...

Is Sucrose Found Naturally in Plants?

Sucrose is the chemical name for table sugar. It's a carbohydrate molecule that tastes sweet, making it a popular food additive. U...

Nutritional Information for Sugar Cane

Sugar cane was the very first cultivated sugar crop. It is a tropical and sub-tropical plant and takes six to 12 months to mature....

Nutrition Information for Splenda

Splenda, an artificial sweetener, contains three different sweetening ingredients. While the manufacturer's website contends ...
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