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9 Snacks with No High-Fructose Corn Syrup

by Lindsay Hutton

High-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is everywhere you look, from the breads you eat to the soft drinks you consume. HFCS has been linked to the obesity epidemic and the development of type two diabetes. Although it may seem impossible to avoid, there are foods out there that don't contain it. These 9 snacks have no HFCS added, making them a healthy choice for your family. Just remember--always read the labels yourself to make sure the product is, in fact, HFCS-free.

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Apples and Cheese

As the saying goes, fruit is nature's candy. Pair a naturally sweet apple (organic if possible), with a serving of cheese, and you've got yourself a healthy snack that packs a nutritious punch of calcium, protein, and vitamins A and B.

Next: Crackers and Peanut Butter


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