Increased Body Weight

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Increased Body Weight

In recent years, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has been blamed for the increased prevalence of overweight and obesity in the U.S. (Bray, Nielsen, & Poplin, 2004). It is present in many foods, including those we would expect to find it in, such as candy, to those unexpected, including salad dressing.

If your last name starts with the letters A-L you are assigned the “pro” side. If your last name starts with the letters M-Z, you are assigned the “con” side. The “pro” side will make a case that HFCS has contributed to the increased body weight of Americans. The “con” side will make a case that HFCS has not contributed to the increased body weight of Americans. Consider why Americans may or may not choose foods with HFCS, including cost, effect on nutritional status, and what other nutrients may be provided in foods that typically contain HFCS.

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