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Are foods high in corn syrup bad for diabetics?

If the corn industry/lobbying groups that advertise on TV are to be believed, then "corn syrup vs. sugar - your body can't tell the difference." So, it is bad for diabetics except in very low quantities (basically a little when you don't know it's in something might be ok but avoid it if possible). Just try to avoid sugar and corn syrup - the latter whether you're diabetic or not. 

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