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Sugar in Foods Infographic

A Sweet Trap - infographic about the amount of sugar in common foods

Sugar is not only sweet, but also highly addicting. High-sugar diets lead the way to food addiction, obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. In today’s sugar-obsessed America, high-fructose corn syrup, a cheap sweetener derived from corn, is the superstar.

But are you aware of how much sugar, mostly in the form of fructose, the largest calorie source in the country today, goes into your food and common food products sold in supermarkets? The actual amounts are staggering enough to shock you, especially if the main consumers of these products are your dear babies and children.

Learn in the infographic “A Sweet Trap” the sugar or fructose content of common spices, condiments, dried fruits, cereal products, and common sauces per 100 grams. Discover a sweetener, too, that has been used for thousands of years in South American countries (and in Japan for decades) to naturally and safely sweeten food.

You might want to think twice about overindulging in these fruits, spices, and food ingredients, as they may be loaded with high amounts of sugar in the form of fructose. Let this infographic reveal these so-called “sugar foods.”

A Sweet Trap - infographic about the amount of sugar in common foods

3 thoughts on “Sugar in Foods Infographic

  1. I thank you for discussing how much sugar goes into my food and common food products sold in supermarkets.Really,very important information i learned today,i will come sooner to check out the other posts.

  2. Thanks! I love infographics, I think the visuals really help to explain everything.

  3. one would expect that kind of sugar from dried fruits because the sugar is intensified by the drying process. the biggest issue is the amount of fiber compared between raw versus dried.
    Very informative.. though> love the infographic aspect of it

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