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YOU BETTER READ THIS BEFORE DRINKING AND EATING YOUR NEXT MEAL


“There is no question that HFCS-90 is illegal. The FDA has stated it doesn’t have adequate information to assess its safety, and that additional data on the effects of fructose consumption are needed to ensure that this product is safe.”

The FDA has only authorized the use of HFCS with a maximum 55% fructose concentration. HFCS-90 contains 90% fructose. Extensive medical studies have linked excess fructose consumption to serious health risks including obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

“HFCS-90 has been used in the food supply for decades.” Despite growing concerns over the health risks posed by High Fructose Corn Syrup, Mohan declares that “a food manufacturer may determine for itself whether a food ingredient is safe,” claiming that there is no law that “requires approval of FDA of the safety of a food substance.”


The FDA has only authorized the use of HFCS with a maximum 55% fructose concentration. HFCS-90 contains 90% fructose. Extensive medical studies have linked excess fructose consumption to serious health risks including obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

http://www.sacbee.com/2013/04/30/5382271/corn-refiners-acknowledge-ignoring.html

Now the dairy industry is pushing for aspartame in milk!

Aspartame in Milk: Your Dairy is About to Change and You Won’t Even Know It When It Does

MARCH 27, 2013

The dairy industry recently created quite a stir after the public release of its petition to the FDA to amend the definition of milk. Essentially, the industry wishes to change the standard of identity of milk so that a product flavored with a “non-nutritive sweetener” like aspartame can still marketed and labeled as plain ol’ milk. See 78 FR 11791-0121 C.F.R. § 131.110 Milk. The dairy industry petition states the amendment would “promote more healthful eating practices” and “reduce childhood obesity” by providing low-cal flavored milk options. Id.

http://www.foodlawfirm.com/2013/03/aspartame-in-milk-your-dairy-is-about-to-change-and-you-wont-even-know-it-when-it-does/

 

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