Sugar Content of Foods Chart
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The Amount of Sugar Content in Common Foods

Sugar is listed on the nutrition facts label of food packaging as fructose, syrup, lactose, sucrose, dextrose, glucose, maltodextrins or maltose, and so on. Ever wonder what is the amount of sugar content in common foods we see at the grocery store? Well, wonder no more because the chart below will show that many of the packaged food sold in supermarket contain far more processed sweets than you imagine – from Ben & Jerry ice cream and two slice of white bread to two tablespoon of Nutella and Dunkin’ Donuts Boston Kreme. There are many effects of too much sugar on the body that we should be aware of and the list below quickly identify the sugary ones. See also the Zero Calorie Food Chart and Diabetes: How It Affect YOU.

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  • HoneyBucket

    Today I learned that there’s more sugar in glass of Pepsi than in a slice of cheesecake.

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15/04/2017