6 Foods You're Buying That Are Secret Sugar Bombs
Label scrutiny is a must when it comes to buying juice and other fruit-based products. "Sometimes the sugar added to juice is equal to what you'd find in a can of soda," Lesht says. The same holds true for applesauce, which often lists sugar or high-fructose corn syrup right after the apples, Clark adds, which indicates that added sugar is the second most prominently used ingredient in the recipe. If all this info has inspired you to dial back on your intake of the sweet stuff, try these 19 expert ways to give up added sugar.
Shop Smarter:Your best bet is to enjoy whole, fresh fruit instead of eating it with a spoon or sipping it through a straw. This way, you'll also get the benefits of satiating fiber, which is typically lost when produce is processed, Lesht explains. If you can't bear to give up daily juice, buy refrigerated, cold-pressed blends that include more veggies than fruit. Though cold-pressed varieties are still basically void of fiber, they're typically free of added sugars and preservatives, making them the better choice. Try Suja's Classic or Evolution Fresh bottles and cut yourself off after a cup. As for the applesauce, look for unsweetened containers.
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