Who doesn’t have a sweet tooth? Just blame it on the delicious taste of sugar. Most people will admit they consume sugar in large amounts. Sometimes, it’s obvious like when you sweeten tea or coffee. But it also lurks in abundance in some of our favorite food and beverages.
The American Heart Association (AHA) places the following major sources of added sugars at the top of their list:
Cakes and pies;
The AHA recommends that American women consume 100 calories or less of added sugar each day. This equals about 6 teaspoons of sugar. For men, the daily calorie cap of added sugar is 150, or about 9 teaspoons.
In today’s video we’ll highlight 9 flashing lights that may be signaling you are consuming too much sugar.
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