Corn Syrup in Soda Can Lead to Overeating

As I have been saying for some time now, fructose is not something that should be in your diet. Consuming too much fructose--a form of sugar found in corn syrup, honey and fruit--appears to alter levels of hormones involved in appetite regulation in a way that could encourage overeating, a new study suggests. After people in the study ate a meal followed by a drink flavored with the same amount of fructose found in two cans of soda, they showed relatively low levels of insulin and leptin,...

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