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  • Jill Swann

    Amount of sugar in foods shown in sugar cubes- but natural sugar in fruits is better than the processed stuff!

  • Redefine With Angela

    The amount of sugar in some popular foods from the Meta Picture. If you're interested in redefining your life to become healthier, email me at I would love to help you! #redefine #redefinewithangela #redefined #recipe #snack #sugar #breakfast #lunch #dinner #pop #food #health #healthy #nutrition #cleaneating #lowcalorie #highprotein #fitness #exercise #workout #weightloss #fitspiration #mealplanning

  • Kate Williams

    Reg. soda= 21 sugar cubes. Food & Nutrition

  • Fashercise

    Healthy food in perspective...

  • Kathryn Merrow

    The Amount Of Sugar In Food, Expressed In Sugar Cubes. The less, the better but fruit is healthy anyway.

  • Normandale Continuing Education

    The Amount Of Sugar In Food, Expressed In Sugar Cubes #Nutrition. Check out our 'Habits of Healthy Eaters' class which covers the sugar issue:

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