High Maltose Corn Syrup

    Drinks such as sodas and juices show are known for being carbohydrate drinks and obtaining high fructose corn syrup. Researchers have found new evidence that may link high fructose corn syrup to diabetes, and mostly involved in children. As children drink soda, parents may not realize that it can contribute to diabetes. Although it is not hereditary, children can develop diabetes. Scientist are figuring out that the drinks that obtain high fructose corn syrup are containing high levels of reactive compounds and are potentially triggering cells and tissue damage that can cause many harmful diseases at high levels. Scientists at Princeton have tested eleven different carbonated soft drinks that contain high fructose corn syrup, and have found high levels of reactive carbonyls in the drinks; which are the cause of harmful tissue damage. High maltose corn syrup is not really known as an alternative for sugar. It is commonly known as malt dextrin. Malt dextrin is able to metabolize the maltose without strain to the liver. Health experts illustrate that high maltose corn syrup shows less health concerns than standard carbohydrates. Maltose corn syrup shows a disaccharide chain; which is a group of carbohydrates linked together.      
Work Cited
    (For educational purposes and by the definition of TRIO Think Quest Fair Use Rules; 20% has changed.)