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PostSubject: New to being hfcs-free   Wed Jun 04, 2008 11:24 am

Hey guys....yesterday, I printed the list of hfcs-free foods from this site. I went to the grocery store after work and bought all hfcs foods...when I got home, I cleaned out my pantry, fridge and freezer and am trying to go hfcs-free! Wish me luck! By the way, I can't believe how many foods have this....even my favorite kosher dill spears!!! Anyway, I'm hoping to lose some weight and feel more motivated to exercise....I'll let you know how it's going! By the way, this list included Dr. Pepper Original...but I checked the label and it does have it..so be sure to check labels on the items....thanks!
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PostSubject: Hello!   Wed Jun 04, 2008 11:56 am

Hi! My boyfriend and I started watching more carefully for HFCS after he saw the documentary "King Corn" on PBS. I would like to lose weight and for both of us to be as healthy as possible, so I am happy to read labels. I am often surprised at items that have HFCS as one of the main ingredients. Hot dog buns?! Really?! Yup. Sigh. I stumbled across this site while trying to find a barbeque sauce with no HFCS. Thanks for maintaing such a great resource!
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PostSubject: Re: New to being hfcs-free   Wed Jun 04, 2008 3:23 pm

bluroses wrote:
Hi! My boyfriend and I started watching more carefully for HFCS after he saw the documentary "King Corn" on PBS. I would like to lose weight and for both of us to be as healthy as possible, so I am happy to read labels. I am often surprised at items that have HFCS as one of the main ingredients. Hot dog buns?! Really?! Yup. Sigh. I stumbled across this site while trying to find a barbeque sauce with no HFCS. Thanks for maintaing such a great resource!

We saw that documentary too, and that is what helped convince DH. Surprised by the buns? Try tomato soup. That one is the one that has me scratching my head. scratch As for the BBQ sauce, someone had mentioned finding Bull's Eye to be HFCS free (don't know if that's all varieties or not). And Welcome to the forum.
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PostSubject: Re: New to being hfcs-free   Mon Jun 09, 2008 2:00 pm

Thanks for posting about the Dr. Pepper. I will remove that from the list. Sometimes I think sodas ingredients can be a regional thing.

I really appreciate the updates! It makes my job much easier! Very Happy

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