Stop listening to what those manufacturers are trying to drum into your head about HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup) commonly found in soft drinks.. Here are the truths:
- HFCS has its humble beginnings as a Cornstarch.
- After addition of Chemicals and Enzymes, it becomes Glucose.
- Another Enzyme is used for conversion of varying fractions of Glucose into (ta-dah) Fructose.
- HFCS does not exist in nature.
- Sugar is Sucrose and not Fructose.