Very recently, I watched the documentary Food Inc. (excellent Doc.) for a Health Psychology course and even wrote a paper on it. As long as I can remember, I had never really looked at food labels as a kid. I just ate whatever my parents bought, it tasted good and that was good enough for me. Currently, for almost a year now, I've completely given up on foods that contain HFCS, because I HEAR it's bad for the body in large amounts (although there's difference of opinion). If you look at nutrition labels, you'd be surprised how many foods contain this ingredient. All I can say is I have lost considerable weight working out and eating healthier (giving up HFCS is just one part of it, I've limited other stuff). Plus Mexicoke/Kosher Coke made with real sugar taste a whole lot better than the regular HFCS kind if you ask me. I have become something of a health nut, I'll admit Thoughts? Do you guys watch your HFCS intake?