Change "High Fructose Corn Syrup" Name To "Corn Sugar", Industry Asks Regulators
If you want a good source for the other side of the HFCS issue here it is:
There are many documented articles which expose the truth behind whatever they wish to call it.
Dr. Marion Nestle, a NYU nutrition professor, says HFCS is no better or worse than any other kind of sugar. This is hard to believe from someone in her position. This can only make me believe she is either not so knowledgeable or that she has some kind of financial interest here.
HFCS is a good source of mercury contamination and increases obesity because it does not stimulate leptin and insulin, which when released tell you that you're full. If they are not released you may continue eating because you don't know you're no longer hungry. Food manufacturers like that.
Read labels! Turn that can or package around and if you see HFCS, High Fructose Corn Syrup, or possibly one day Corn Sugar, just put it down and walk away. Don't be fooled!