Sweet corn is high in protein but a high carb food. Canned corn usually has salt and sugar added and creamstyle corn has no cream nor any milk added...it only has SUGAR and CORNSTARCH which raises the calorie conten. Eat corn fresh and in moderation.
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Sweet corn is a starchy food with good fiber, but turns quickly into glucose leaveing people with diabetes in need of insulin to regulate blood sugar and unsatisfied with their meal or snack, resulting in the possibility of overeating. Sweet Corn is high in sugar and 1 medium ear of sweet corn gives you about 140 calories and 1 1/2 carbohydrate servings
Counting the ingredients in the food you eat will help you avoid high fructose corn syrup and other additives that do nothing to keep you going healthy and strong. Avoiding these additives will also help you ease indigestion and other nasty things. If a food has more than 20 ingredients, don't eat it at all. If it has more than 10, eat it rarely.
Here's a list of foods that don't contain High Fructose Corn Syrup: http://www.stophfcs.com/list.html
This includes most sweets, cookies, ice cream, donuts, muffins, pastries, high fat & high sugar yogurt, white rice, candy, no white flour, no white bread These simple sugars provide absolutely no nutrients, but add on the pounds and increase the risk for heart disease. Simple sugars are Corn syrup, Fructose, Glucose, High fructose, corn syrup Honey, Maltose,Molasses, Sucrose READ LABELS
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