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7 High-Sugar Foods You're Eating Every Day #tipit

posted in Food & Drink
04/30/2015
  • Yogurt With Fruit
Shouldn't yogurt be on the “good” foods list? Well, it is — but the varieties with added fruit on the bottom usually contain a high amount of sugar — up to a whopping 19 grams per cup. A much better choice: Opt for plain yogurt and add your own sliced fruit
    Yogurt With Fruit
    Shouldn't yogurt be on the “good” foods list? Well, it is — but the varieties with added fruit on the bottom usually contain a high amount of sugar — up to a whopping 19 grams per cup. A much better choice: Opt for plain yogurt and add your own sliced fruit
  • Canned Soup
You've heard about canned soups being high in sodium,but did you know it’s also filled with sweet stuff?Sugar is added as a preservative to many canned soups and you can find up to 15 grams of sugar per 1.5 cups in certain varieties check the labels before buying
    Canned Soup
    You've heard about canned soups being high in sodium,but did you know it’s also filled with sweet stuff?Sugar is added as a preservative to many canned soups and you can find up to 15 grams of sugar per 1.5 cups in certain varieties check the labels before buying
  • Salad Dressing

Dressing is one of the biggest ways a seemingly-healthy salad can go from health food to diet buster in seconds, with some dressings containing up to 4 grams per tablespoon of dressing. Pay particular attention to light or fat-free varieties
    Salad Dressing

    Dressing is one of the biggest ways a seemingly-healthy salad can go from health food to diet buster in seconds, with some dressings containing up to 4 grams per tablespoon of dressing. Pay particular attention to light or fat-free varieties
  • Bread
Sugar can sneak up on you in bread, with some varieties containing up to 2 grams of sugar per slice (and that includes some brands of whole wheat bread). But you don't have to give up having sandwiches; just look for breads with little or no added sugar. Just look for whole wheat bread only
    Bread
    Sugar can sneak up on you in bread, with some varieties containing up to 2 grams of sugar per slice (and that includes some brands of whole wheat bread). But you don't have to give up having sandwiches; just look for breads with little or no added sugar. Just look for whole wheat bread only
  • Granola Bars
Granola bars sounds a lot healthier than they actually are; some brands contain up to 9 grams of sugar per bar. Look for bars that are less than 35 percent calories from sugar try snacking on a piece of fruit
    Granola Bars
    Granola bars sounds a lot healthier than they actually are; some brands contain up to 9 grams of sugar per bar. Look for bars that are less than 35 percent calories from sugar try snacking on a piece of fruit
  • Dried Fruit

Dried fruit tends to sound a lot healthier than it is. Just a handful of dried cranberries, for instance, can contain up to 29 grams of sugar. Play it safe: Look for all-natural options that list only the fruit as the ingredient and no added sugars.
    Dried Fruit

    Dried fruit tends to sound a lot healthier than it is. Just a handful of dried cranberries, for instance, can contain up to 29 grams of sugar. Play it safe: Look for all-natural options that list only the fruit as the ingredient and no added sugars.
  • Orange Juice

This breakfast favorite doesn't contain added sugars, but you can find up to 9 grams of sugar in one glass of orange juice — almost as much as a glass of soda! The USDA recommends eating a whole orange instead, to get the added benefit of dietary fiber
    Orange Juice

    This breakfast favorite doesn't contain added sugars, but you can find up to 9 grams of sugar in one glass of orange juice — almost as much as a glass of soda! The USDA recommends eating a whole orange instead, to get the added benefit of dietary fiber

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