Dear Beautiful People, I am sharing with you another very important post by Anna of https://comeinsitdown.wordpress.com.
In part 1, I have discussed the use of ‘healthy’ and ‘all natural’ statements on the food labels. Now I will talk about the labels that claim low or no fat or sugar.
3. No Sugar Added.
This sounds rather confusing, because it prompts you to think that the product contains no sugar at all. If you have diabetes, you might want to buy it for this very reason. Now wait a minute.
“No sugar added” doesn’t mean that the product is carb-free or calorie-free. It is sometimes being confused with sugar-free; in fact, there’s a bunch of websites that do just that. The problem is that some foods have sugar in them naturally, such as for example, milk or fruit, so anything containing these two can’t be sugar-free. Besides, no sugar added products can still contain additives with high glycemic index…
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