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 Average American, Heart Association, Sugar Sources, Sneaky Sugar, American Eating, Maine Culprit, American Heart, Association Recommendations, Sneaky Sources
Watch Out for These Sneaky Sugar Sources: Alterna-milks (like Soy and Almond) #SELFmagazine
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
Buttery Brown Sugar Roasted Peaches - less than 100 calories for a dessert that tastes like soft candy. Buttery Roasted Caramel Peaches – eat these as is for a low calorie dessert! 4 to 6 fresh peaches, cut in half and pitted (4-6 depending on size of peaches) 1/3 cup butter, (5 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon) melted 1/3 cup brown or granulated sugar
This is me at home. But I don't look quite as thin. ..
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