You know how there are always those chain emails saying that there should be a gas protest?  On blah blah day everyone should NOT buy any gas. That’ll show those gas suppliers our power?

It has occurred to me that we should have a NO HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP PURCHASING week.  While gas boycotts do not work because you still have to buy gas to drive, this might work because you would probably buy substitute products that do not have HFCS’s in them.  There would be a swing in the product makers bottom line.  And you never know, maybe you’ll like the other stuff better!


Don’t forget to check your yogurt!



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  1. It really is shocking and disturbing how many products have high fructose corn syrup.  I try to look at labels and buy products without it.  I know it is in a lot of yogurt but I can’t eat it anymore so it isn’t an issue for me.Happy Tuesday!

  2. It’s crazy, isn’t it, how that put that garbage into everything?  I watched a documentary a couple of weeks ago that pointed out how much healthier people were before we started eating PROCESSED foods.  Whereas I’m not ready to jump on the vegetarian/vegan bandwagon, I do firmly believe that so many of our illnesses can be cured with a diet that leans more towards whole foods.Cascade Fresh yogurt is the only kind we eat!

  3. trying to avoid high fructose corn syrup is like trying to avoid air!

  4. I like that idea … I’m in !!!!

  5. I have done my best to cut HFCS out of all my food. As for yogurt, I buy plain nonfat yogurt and organic jam and mix my own. Only way I could do better would be to make my own yogurt.The only gas boycotts that work are:1. protest one company by buying from others, and since they’re all just as bad, why?2. protest gas usage in general, deciding to drive 10% less per month. Or buy a car which gets 10-20% better gas mileage.Of course, you could get an electric car. Or that air-powered car they make in France, good for about 20 miles and then you pull up to the air pump again.Moss

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