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High fructose corn syrup

High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a newer and sweeter form of corn syrup.

Like ordinary corn syrup, it is made from corn starch using enzymes.

High fructose corn syrup is cited by some nutritionists as a leading cause of obesity and is linked to diabetes.

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