Bennett 2010 thesis university of cambridge

Cynthia — you’re talking about a difference of about 4g less fructose per can if sucrose was used instead of HFCS-55. Percentages are one thing, but the actual amount is another. I still think you’re going ape-shit over rabbit pellets. Also, there’s no evidence that a mix of free fructose & glucose causes any different metabolic effects than sucrose. This is an idea you’ve fabricated without proof. As for blaming the mid-80’s marked obesity hike to soda companies’ switch to HFCS-55, let me remind you that correlation =/= causation. I could easily do the same thing and blame the widespread use of the internet that started in the mid 80’s.

Bennett 2010 thesis university of cambridge

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