During an interview on Line One: Your Health Connection, Walter Willett, MD, Chairman of the Dept. of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, discusses the composition and metabolism of high fructose corn syrup and it’s similarities to sugar.
In The News
David Katz, M.D., weighs in on the current focus on fructose and discuses the problems that result from fixating on any one nutrient in the diet.
Joy Bauer, M.S., R.D. appears on the TODAY Show to weigh in on healthy snacks, sugars on food labels, and green bananas vs. yellow - which is healthier?
During a NBC 5 Chicago News segment, Health and Nutrition Contributor, Sandy Goldberg, Ph.D., discusses the composition and metabolism of high fructose corn syrup.
In this podcast, James Laidler, M.D., discusses high fructose corn syrup metabolism and compares it to other common caloric sweeteners.
In this article, Deseret News staff writer Carma Wadley dispels the myth that high-fructose corn syrup is worse for you than sugar and many other common food myths.
An article on NJToday.com provides information on new research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2010 conference demonstrating that consuming fructose from added sugars at levels found in the average American diet does not lead to weight gain or increased risk for heart disease when part of a weight-stable diet.
Barry Ramo, M.D., a cardiologist at the New Mexico Heart Institute, appears on KOAT TV’s Healthbeat segment to discuss high fructose corn syrup.