Food with Added Sugar - Health Channel


Food with Added Sugar |

Natalie Castro, Registered Dietitian with Baptist Health South Florida, says the only way to know if you have made a good choice buying food is by reading the label.

With the label you will be able to tell whether it is just sugar or added sugar. She says, for example, a cereal box that has less than 8 grams of sugar would be a good choice.

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