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  1. Key ingredient of Oreo cookies • Base cake dough • High fructose corn syrup • Dutch cocoa (processed with alkali) • Pure chocolate liquor • Wheat flour • Niacin • Reduced iron • Thiamin mononitrate [vitamin B1] • Riboflavin [vitamin B2] • Folic acid • Partially hydrogenated soybean oil • Baking soda • Cornstarch • Salt • Soy lecithin (emulsifier) • Vanillin - an artificial flavor  

  2. Substitutes for High fructose corn syrup • High fructose corn syrup • Contains 55 percent sucrose, which requires insulin to metabolize. • It has very high glycemic index Source: http://www.evitamins.com/healthnotes.asp?ContentID=1841005

  3. Substitutes for wheat flour • Wheat flour • Powdery substance derived by grinding or mashing the whole wheat grain • White flour contains diabetes-causing contaminant alloxan Source Sources: http://www.homemade-baby-food-recipes.com/wheat-flour-substitutes.html ; http://www.purezing.com/living/food_articles/living_articles_coconutflour.htm

  4. Mitigation • High fructose corn syrup • Increased consumption of high-fructose corn syrup resulting in depletion of chromium in the body, which is important in helping glucose pass from the bloodstream into the cells • Chromium – • Helps cells respond properly to naturally produced insulin • Dilution approach • Cost effective • Low glycemic index • Condensed 6-O-.alpha.-D-glucopyranosyl-fructofu- ranose (palatinose) • Reduced digestion • Low glycemic index • Gamma-cyclodextrin • Reduce insulin intolerance • Reduce postprandial insulin secretion