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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
Stay Fuller Longer With These High-Fiber Foods: Flax Bars. It is a challenge to find a snack bar with plenty of fiber and no added sugar, but Go Raw's Banana Bread Flax Bar is a good choice: There's two grams of fiber per 70-calorie bar, just right for the 14-Day Slimdown's suggested snack. #SelfMagazine
We've listed the #calorie limits set by the American Heart Association | American Stroke Association for added #sugars to help you calculate the calories you’re getting each time you sweeten your coffee, tea or cereal.
HOW MUCH SUGAR ARE YOU CONSUMING? Interesting! I knew about the "coke".....Yuck!! Glad I don't drink it!