Study suggests HFCS has similar effect on appetite as sugar

07/11/2007 | Seattle Times, The

Consuming high-fructose corn syrup doesn't increase your appetite, contrary to recent theories, a study by University of Washington researchers found. One researcher noted "people don't seem to react differently to the different kinds of sugar," and various sweeteners might be indistinguishable once in the body.

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