Because, without you knowing it, there are foods and drinks that secretly contain extra sugar. Here's the description:
1. Meat, ham, and sausage
Although not categorized as sweet foods, in fact many smoked bacon, ham, or sausage containing sugar in the form of honey, dextrose, or maltodextrin.
Edwina Clark, RD, head of nutrition and health at Yummly said the products also contain artificial colors, artificial flavorings, and preservatives such as nitrite, nitrate, and sodium benzoate.
2. Granola and protein bar
Although at first glance looks healthy and contains organic ingredients, Tracy Lehst, MS, RD, a dietitian from Manhattan, asks you to be more careful when choosing.
"Some protein bars even contain so much sugar as sweets," he says.
Foods that are often laid out as a healthy food is also also contains a lot of sugar. Especially yogurt with a low-fat taste, Lehst says that they are often filled with sugar syrup to enhance the taste.
Instead of buying the already flavored, Lehst suggests buying plain yogurt and adding fruit, nuts, and a teaspoon of honey.
Although it is impossible for you to eat four oranges at once in one minute, but one glass of orange juice comes from and contains sugar from two to four oranges.
Lehst also said that to make it even more interesting, many juice manufacturers are adding sugar in their products.
5. Peanut butter
There's a reason why peanut butter makes you addicted. Clark says that most commercial peanut butter contains sugar, honey, or cane syrup.
For that, he also advises you to buy peanut butter that is 100 percent made of peanuts.