One 12-ounce can of Lemon-Lime Sprite packs 38 grams of sugar, all of which are added sugars. That's 17 more grams of added sugar than a serving of Ben & Jerry's vanilla ice cream.
in a single serving of Ben & Jerry's vanilla ice cream. Avoid a sugar crash by enjoying a Noosa yogurt for dessert instead of starting your day with one for breakfast.
One 5.8-ounce container of this delicious yoghurt costs you 30 grams of sugar—22 grams of which are added. We bet you didn't expect yogurt to surpass the amount of suga
It's quite shocking that a bagel would contain more sugar than a serving of sweet vanilla ice cream, but it's true! Panera's popular Cinnamon Crunch Bagel packs of sugar
That's more sugar than what's in a 1.86-ounce Snickers Bar at 28 grams! Skip the bagel and instead, consider ordering the Steel Cut Oatmeal with Strawberries, Pecans, and Cinnamon Crunch Topping
With 54 grams of sugar, it's no wonder the full size of California Pizza Kitchen's Waldorf Chicken Salad made our list of The Worst Restaurant Salads in America in 2021.
Some of the sugar in this salad comes from apples—but certainly not the majority. You'd be better off eating the serving of Ben & Jerry's vanilla ice cream.
Milk itself is a very nutritious drink. It’s a rich source of nutrients that are great for bone health, including calcium and protein
In some coffeehouse chains, a large flavored coffee or coffee drink can contain 45 grams of sugar, if not much more. That’s equivalent to about 11 teaspoons of added sugar per serving
All fruit contains natural sugars. However, some canned fruit is peeled and preserved in sugary syrup. This processing strips the fruit of its fiber and adds a lot of unnecessary sugar
Baked beans are another savory food that’s often surprisingly high in sugar. One cup (254 grams) of regular baked beans contains about 5 teaspoons of sugar
Ketchup is one of the most popular condiments worldwide, but — like BBQ sauce — it’s often loaded with sugar.