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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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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Turkey and Beef Jerky. #SELFmagazine

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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Marinara Sauce. #SELFmagazine

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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Flavored Oatmeal. #SELFmagazine

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Look For These 46 Ways Added Sugar Can Appear on Your Food Label

Sneaky, Sneaky: 46 Common Names For Sugar

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Sneaky Sources of Sugar

Sneaky sources of sugar! via Women's Health (measurements are approximations and will vary by product)

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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Whole Wheat Bread. Yup, added sugar can hide even in products marked "whole wheat." Scan labels to suss out sugar sources like honey, molasses or high-fructose corn syrup. #SELFmagazine

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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources! Cereal. play it safe, switch to plain oatmeal or unsweetened cereal and add fresh fruit and spices. #SELFmagazine

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5 Sneaky Ways Alcohol Undermines Your Health And Looks

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Sneaky, Sneaky Sugars & How To Avoid Them

Don't let these sneaky sugars wreck your diet

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Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources

Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Flavored Yogurt. Fruit-flavored yogurts are often sweetened with extra sugar, not just fruit. #SELFmagazine

The Salty Six: Six Foods That Load Your Diet With Salt via livewellmagazine and heart.org: Excess sodium can affect both your heart and your general appearance. The average American consumes about 3,400 mgs of sodium/day, more than twice the 1,500 mgs recommended by the American Heart Association. Currently, more than 75% of our sodium consumption comes from processed and restaurant foods. Here are six of the top sources for sodium in today’s diet. #Infographic #Salty_Six #Diet #Salt

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Tuesday Ten: Immune Boosting Foods

Tuesday Ten: Immune Boosting Foods {eat these when you feel a cold coming on}