High-Fructose Corn Syrup and its Connection to Obesity: and a Word About Psoriasis

*** Fundraising - Well, the powers that be have found a new line of attack on us, by taking down our fund raising appeal on all the blogs we put up for the beginning of the fundraising period which is 7/15/15 period until the beginning of the month of August.  If I had not come back and checked on the blogs, I would not have known about it.  So, I am putting it up again.   

There are 2 NSA facilities dedicated to spying on Americans and controlling the information being put out on the net and that is in Utah, and one in JERUSALEM, which is the exact same facility used in Utah, and a violation of our laws, Constitution, and it borders on treason to aid a foreign nation in spying on Americans, so that may give us some hints as to where this interference is coming from.  Either Utah or Israel. 

So here is the appeal again.   Please help us meet our deficit this month coming up, of $350 that is due on the first of August.  Its also my birthday month.  Things are moving rapidly now, and its critical that we have timely and relevant information, including history as well as exposure in order to combat the attacks upon our nation.  Its a team effort, with us doing the research and exposing and the readers, hopefully, aiding us in that effort with donations.  Its the only way we can keep going. God Bless you for your support so far, in distributing our blog and in sending in donations.  If you can afford it, we ask that you continue that effort by donating off to the right of this blog and do so at the pay pal button on the site. 

Vatic Note:   The Powers that be that own the food companies are always discussing our societies Obesity and using that for a justification for changing our society in some way that benefits them.  In fact, they are the ones that use the fructose corn syrup that they "KNOW" is causing this condition in our kids.

We were wrong to turn over, to these psychopathic demons,  such a sacred responsibility as feeding a life sustaining product to our children who are then harmed by it.   The question then  becomes "Who are these people that have garnered control of our food industry?"

I believe that is the question of the century. Once determined, they should be arrested and prosecuted to the full extent of the law.  No more skating on national and international crimes or on treason against the nation and its people. 

Who are some of these companies???? http://247wallst.com/special-report/2014/08/15/companies-that-control-the-worlds-food/2/
and check this one out as well.... http://investors.generalmills.com/board-of-directors 

High-Fructose Corn Syrup and its Connection to Obesity
By Tara,  12160 Info Forum, Source RT 

 (photo, courtesy of Reuters)

Inundated with foods and drinks that contain high-fructose corn syrup, the US food industry is largely at fault for driving up obesity rates, since the cheap sweetener inhibits the brain from regulating the body’s appetite.
From soda to ketchup, many processed foods and beverages contain fructose, which affects the region of the brain that regulates appetite, according to a study by the Scientific American, which was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Researchers measured the hypothalamus, which regulates hunger-related signals, of 20 healthy adult volunteers to study their responses to consuming sweetened beverages.
Upon receiving a 300-calorie drink sweetened with 75 grams of fructose, the volunteers had a more active hypothalamus and showed greater signs of hunger. When the volunteers received a similar drink that was instead sweetened using glucose, their hypothalamus was less active and the participants showed signs of fullness.
Drinking glucose “turns off or suppresses the activity of areas of the brain that are critical for reward and desire for food,” Yale University endocrinologist Dr. Robert Sherwin, who was involved with the study, told the Associated Press.
With fructose, “we don’t see those changes,” he added. “As a result, the desire to eat continues – it isn’t turned off.”
Glucose and fructose are metabolized differently, and the excessive use of fructose in American food staples is taking its toll. Even table sugar, which some incorrectly believe is made up solely of glucose, is half fructose. And the US uses lots of it. Researchers at the University of Southern California and the University of Oxford found that out of 42 countries studied, the US has the highest per-capita consumption of high-fructose corn syrup.  (VN: USC and Oxford are elitest institutions, same with Yale.  Keep that in mind as you read this and question why they are putting this out there.)
The US also has the highest obesity rate in the world, with more than one-third of adults (35.7 percent) being classified as ‘obese’ by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“This increased intake of added sugar containing fructose over the past several decades has coincided with the rise in obesity in the population, and there is strong evidence from animal studies that this increased intake of fructose is playing a role in this phenomenon,” said Dr. Jonathan Purnell of the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland, who co-authored an editorial that accompanied the study. Purnell said that while the findings show a link between fructose consumption and obesity, there are a number of other environmental and genetic factors that also contribute.
Nutritionists recommend that Americans keep away from food and beverages that contain high-fructose corn syrup, and instead look for those that contain glucose. Foods and drinks particularly high in fructose include sodas, condiments, frozen foods, boxed breakfast cereals, canned foods, boxed dinners, breads and crackers, commercially-prepared baked goods, salad dressings and ready-made drinks.
“Things as subtle as a change in sweetener can have an impact on how full somebody feels, and could lead to an increase in calorie intake and an increasing pattern in obesity seen in this country,” Dr. Louis Aronne, founder and director of the Comprehensive Weight Control Program at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, told HealthDay.
A high-fructose diet makes it more difficult to control ones appetite, leading to obesity, type two diabetes, high blood pressure, and other consequences that result from being overweight.
“It’s clear that being obese is not healthy – it increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and many other health problems. Small, sustainable increases in physical activity and improvements in nutrition can lead to significant health improvements,” said CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden.

Companies That Control the World’s Food

GENERAL MILLS -  board of directors. 
(VN:  Check them out - one is from the drug company industry,  Merck, and several from the banking industry and wall street investments.  So, of course, they are globalists.  What is a drug company exec doing on a board with bankers, that controls a huge portion of our food products??? I can only guess)  

Other companies are named at the link connected to the title.  Please visit and read who some of their boards of directors are.  Kellogg was one and several from Britain and France. 

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