The Men Who Made Us Fat

uploaded by Patrick Oort, August 2012: Around the world, obesity levels are rising. More people are now overweight than undernourished. Two thirds of British adults are overweight and one in four of us is classified as obese …:

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High-fructose corn syrup HFCS, also called glucose/fructose in Canada,[1] Isoglucose or Glucose-Fructose syrup[2][3][4] and high-fructose maize syrup in other countries—comprises any of a group of corn syrups that has undergone enzymatic processing to convert some of its glucose into fructose to produce a desired sweetness …; External Links;

High maltose corn syrup is a food additive used as a sweetener and preservative. The majority sugar is maltose. It is less sweet than high fructose corn syrup,[1] and contains little to no fructose.[1] It is sweet enough to be useful as a sweetener in commercial food production, however.[2] To be given the label “high,” the syrup must contain at least 50% maltose.[3] Typically, it contains 40–50% maltose, though some have as high as 70%[4][5] …;

Sugar, The Bitter Truth, 89.28 min, uploaded by University of California Television UCTV, July 30, 2009: Watch The Skinny on Obesity with Dr. Lustig, UCTV: Jacques Peretti examines assumptions about what is and is not healthy. He also looks at how product marketing can seduce consumers into buying supposed ‘healthy foods’ such as muesli and juices, both of which can be high in sugar …;

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Paleolithic diet and nutrition in paleolitic times).

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