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Saturday, July 16, 2011

High fructose corn syrup contaminated with mercury and made using a toxic chemical catalyst that can burn a hole in your stomach

 High fructose corn syrup contaminated with mercury and made using a toxic chemical catalyst that can burn a hole in your stomach.  And probably elsewhere as well.  Why would anyone want to create such a poisonous substance to feed to others as well as themselves?  It boggles the mind.  This article from Natural News tells it like it is.
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"(NaturalNews) High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is used as a sweetener in thousands of mainstream packaged foods sold in the United States and around the world, from bread to soda and even breakfast cereal. It has been blamed for increasing the number of empty calories in the U.S. diet, and researchers have linked it to type-2 diabetes and obesity."

"Beyond the link to detrimental health effects, another danger from this ubiquitous ingredient comes from the toxic chemicals that are used to turn corn into corn starch and then finally into HFCS. One of these chemicals, glutaraldehyde, is a toxic chemical used in industrial water treatment systems and to sterilize medical equipment by killing living cells. It's also a well-known embalming chemical. It is toxic to the human body and causes eye, nose, throat and lung irritation (asthma, sneezing, wheezing, burning eyes, etc.). It can also cause drowsiness, dizziness and headaches. ("

"The chemical is so toxic that it can actually burn a hole in your stomach. As explained on this Material Safety Data Sheet (
"Due to the severely irritating or corrosive nature of the material, swallowing may lead to ulceration and inflammation of the upper dimentary tract with hemorrhage and fluid loss. Also, perforation of the esophagus or stomach may occur, leading to mediastinitis or peritonitis and the resultant complications. Any material aspirated during vomiting may cause lung injury. Therefore, emesis should not be induced mechanically or pharmacologically. If it is considered necessary to evacuate the stomach contents, this should be done by means least likely to cause aspiration (e.g., gastric lavage after endotracheal intubation)."

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All you can do is read every label on any foods that are prepared, packaged, frozen, canned, so forth to determine if it has High Fructose Corn Syrup in it.  Since the companies who  manufacture this poisonous stuff have mounted a full blown campaign of lies to "justify" the "fact" that HFCS is a sugar and the "body doesn't know the difference", it is up to the consumer to make sure the products we buy don't have HFCS or "corn sugar" which is what they are calling it now.  


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