Fructose Revisited Play in new window | Download (9.1MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWhile doing a spring cleaning on old blog posts, I found several on fructose. It was a popular topic years ago, thanks to high fructose corn syrup hysteria. Unfortunately, the potential problems of excess fructose intake haven’t gone away, so time to […]

Sugar: the new health food Play in new window | Download (Duration: 5:05 — 2.3MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSFood marketers must think we’re really dumb. Recently, a colleague was asked to make a vegan chocolate pie for a friend’s dinner party.  She found a recipe that called for silken tofu, almond flour crust, vegan unsweetened chocolate (is […]

Featured food: honey

Honey: it comes from bees.  What more do we need to know? That it really is honey, apparently.  Several years ago, honey producers petitioned the FDA to establish an official standard of identity for honey.  They were concerned that some products labeled “honey” actually contained other sweeteners.  Most of the suspect products are imported.  In […]

Sugar, honey, high fructose corn syrup — it’s all calories.

The recent attempt by corn producers to redefine high fructose corn syrup as “corn sugar” is under attack from the usual suspects: the Food Police, who see a conspiracy to force a uniquely evil substance on an unsuspecting public the cane and beet sugar producers, who see a conspiracy to undercut their sales. What do […]

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