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    The United States of Industrialized Food

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    mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2010/01/02/highfructose-corn-syrup-alters-human-metabolism.aspx>. Nestle, Marion. "Food Politics." How the Food Industry Influences Nutrition and Health. Food Politics. 23 Mar. 2014 . Nestle, Marion. "Food Politics." Today’s debate: The Wall Street Journal asks who’s responsible for preventing obesity? Food Politics. 22 Mar. 2014 . Parker, Hilary. "A sweet problem: Princeton researchers find that high-fructose corn syrup prompts considerably more weight gain." Princeton

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    in the food industry. This can be compared to the message that the book, Lies My Teacher Told Me, by James Loewen, delivers about how the public is deceived in regards to history. One specific food lie is how the Corn Refiners Association wants the public to believe that High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) is the same as sugar and is perfectly healthy for consumption. As some research suggests, this is a faulty food assumption. Patriotic textbooks “leave out anything that might reflect badly upon [them]”

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    Gatorade

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    after physical activities for either energy, hydration or recovery. Most athletes drink gatorade to restore electrolytes into their body after playing a sport so that they don't get dehydrated. The main ingredients in gatorade is water, high fructose corn syrup which is used for fluid absorption, taste, and the delivery of energy; citric acid which is used for flavoring and acidifying acid; Natural flavors which gives the gatorade a variety of different tastes; and salt to enhance the taste. Gatorade

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    seven days a week surrounded by their own manure. Breathing their manure results in catching a disease. A few diseases that a cow can get are bloat, ulcers, pneumonia, diarrhea, etc. Basically, almost all animals kept in feedlots are sick. Why? Their corn-based diet are also making them become sick. Animals are meant to forage or eat insects, but instead they're eating grain. Since there's already plenty of bacteria in the animal's rumen it just adds to diseases after diseases. Therefore, antibiotics

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    Gatorade Experiment

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    sucralose or high fructose corn syrup, citric acid, salt, sodium citrate, monopotassium phosphate, Glycerol ester, and artificial colors (Buckines, 2015). The first ingredient is simply water. The brominated vegetable oil comes from soybeans and is added to beverages to maintain consistency. Sucralose is an artificial sweetener that doesn’t have calories and is used in some sugar free varieties of Gatorade. However, the traditional Gatorade beverage uses high fructose corn syrup to give the drink its

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    High Fructose Corn Syrup

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    America has risen dramatically in the last forty years. Many believe high fructose corn syrup is to blame for this and other health related issues like diabetes and high blood pressure. High fructose corn syrup was invented by Richard O. Marshall and Earl R. Kooi in 1957 (Production of high fructose corn syrup). Scientists have done tests and many reports and found many statistics showing the same thing: once high fructose corn syrup (or HFCS) was added to food and beverages in 1975, obesity rose without

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    Sociological Imagination

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    situation. With this concept in mind I am going to analyze the Guardian online 2012 article “Why our food is making us fat,” by Jacques Peretti. The article mainly speaks about the rapid rise in obesity and the main contributor to it, High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). The article also points out some of the economic and political influences behind HFCS. HFCS is being used for almost every food product in the food industry. However, if we look at HFCS from a limited point of view we just see it as something

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    Parsell High Fructose Corn Syrup vs “Regular” Sugar High Fructose Corn Syrup is found in a lot of the foods and drinks we consume. It is something that is consumed on a regular basis by not only Americans but by plenty of others across the world and sometimes we might not even note the difference between it and “real” sugar. HFCS comes from a type of corn known as “Dent” corn, dent corn is transformed into cornstarch by being cleaned, soaked, ground, milled, and dried corn starch is then converted

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    Americas Health in Trouble

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    altogether secure to eat. It’s very likely to think if it’s being sold, it won’t damage our bodies. American corn farmers are salaried to harvest a larger amount of corn than what is normally eaten. (“Factory Farming Is Not Cheap”). Since so much is made, it is incorporated into various sweets and grains. Practically twenty-five percent of store-bought meals contain corn by-products, HFCS (high fructose corn syrup) being the most common. It is one third less the price of sugar, causing manufactures to favor

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    aquatic life. One of the effects of food mechanization is the direct illness it brings to consumers through food. The food contains deadly bacteria and pathogens that results to health problems among consumers. For instance, the presence of E. coli in corn-fed meat would cause kidney failures. “In the United States E.coli O157:H7 is the major cause of acute kidney failure among children, 100,000 Americans infected and 36,000 deaths reported yearly” (Greger). Other discerning examples include salmonella

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