Bariatric Surgery Success
#147 How to Find the Added Sugars in your Food
Ok, what do you think? How many teaspoons of sugar does the average soda contain? What’s your guess? Try 8-12 teaspoons of sugar per soda. Shocking isn’t it? Just for the heck of it, grab your sugar bowl and a teaspoon. Measure out 8-12 teaspoons. Can you believe that one average soda has that pile of sugar in it? I want to share with you how to find all the added sugars in your food.
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Did you know that added sugars are basically empty calories? What the heck is an empty calorie? It means that the sugar provides you only calories and zero…zilch when it comes to providing any nutrition benefit to the maintenance of the body. Typically, added sugars are used as flavor enhancers and preservatives. And, don’t miss this…their carbohydrate-dense nature makes them a trigger for dumping syndrome.
Topics covered in this episode:
Science 101 of carb basics
Added sugars versus naturally occurring sugars
Glucose use in the body/brain
How to read the Nutrition Facts label
Ingredient list, what to look for
How to convert grams of sugar to teaspoons
Many names for sugar