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October 30, 2008
Letters to the Editor High fructose corn syrup facts offered The Oct. 23 article by Loa Blasucci, “All Health’s Breaking Loose: Trick? or Treat?,” may mislead consumers about high fructose corn syrup. High fructose corn syrup, sugar, and several fruit juices are all nutritionally the same. High fructose corn syrup has the same number of calories as sugar and is handled similarly by the body. The American Medical Association in June 2008 helped put to rest misunderstandings about this sweetener and obesity, stating that “high fructose corn syrup does not appear to contribute to obesity more than other caloric sweeteners.
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February 5, 2009
There?s nothing like a good loaf of bread. It comforts us, smells wonderful and most of us have been eating it all our lives. As a staple, we still have it several times a day. We?ve been told we should eat whole wheat bread and for some of us that?s where the criteria begins and ends. But there?s a lot more to selecting a good quality loaf of bread. The most important thing?take your glasses with you to the market. You?ll have to get past the pretty picture of the old flourmill or sun kissed golden grain on the plastic wrapper and read the label.
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June 29, 2006
Loa Blasucci Well, we've finally done it. We've turned a big corner, there are now more overweight people than starving people on this planet of ours. We are in the midst of a crisis and getting heavier. Maybe you have a few pounds to lose and you think to yourself, "Am I part of this crisis? But, I'm a conscientious person, how did I become part of a national epidemic?" Last week, I was with a group of friends and the conversation turned, as it often does, to weight control.
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February 5, 2009
There?s nothing like a good loaf of bread. It comforts us, smells wonderful and most of us have been eating it all our lives. As a staple, we still have it several times a day. We?ve been told we should eat whole wheat bread and for some of us that?s where the criteria begins and ends. But there?s a lot more to selecting a good quality loaf of bread. The most important thing?take your glasses with you to the market. You?ll have to get past the pretty picture of the old flourmill or sun kissed golden grain on the plastic wrapper and read the label.
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October 30, 2008
Letters to the Editor High fructose corn syrup facts offered The Oct. 23 article by Loa Blasucci, “All Health’s Breaking Loose: Trick? or Treat?,” may mislead consumers about high fructose corn syrup. High fructose corn syrup, sugar, and several fruit juices are all nutritionally the same. High fructose corn syrup has the same number of calories as sugar and is handled similarly by the body. The American Medical Association in June 2008 helped put to rest misunderstandings about this sweetener and obesity, stating that “high fructose corn syrup does not appear to contribute to obesity more than other caloric sweeteners.
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