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mercredi 27 février 2013

Low concentrations of added sugars in industrial foods

Sugars are named so differently that people don't care of that. so they eat a continuous low concentration of sugars from entrée through dessert.
Processed meats, even smoked fish or Roll Mops, soups etc do contain added sugars like sucrose, saccharose, HFCS, dextrose, inverted glucose, glucose, starch, lactose, agave syrup, maple syrup, maltose...
These added sugars are counterbalanced in salted dishes by a supplementary sodium chloride.
Even if it is argued by food giants that it is a very tiny glycemic load for the consumer, the consequences on taste and brain addiction to sugars are far from neutral.
So instead of checking all the stickers on your packed food products buy raw whole food...

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