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HSN • 30 weeks ago

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: The average American eats about 22 teaspoons of sugar a day, but the American Heart Association recommends a limit of 5 teaspoons a day for women. Eek! But where is it coming from? Dessert isn't always the main culprit. Read on for more sneaky sources. #SELFmagazine

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