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por Cynthia Richards (2019-08-13)

How to fix this: Again, we recommend using Nutonen Review Erythritol or Xilitol to replace these products. However, you may not be able to achieve the same caramel like consistency as honey. Erythritol and Xylitol are usually sold in granular form, so it feels like normal sugar, so you'll have to mix it with water to get it into a liquid form. This can be surprising to those on a diet. The packaging says low fat or fat reduced, which is true. But upon closer inspection, you find that the fat has been replaced with sugar. The next time you see reduced fat yogurt, compare it with normal yogurt and see which one has higher sugar content. How to fix this: Read the label. Check that just because it's low fat, that it's not at the expense of high sugar. Or substitute the product for something different. For example, instead of low fat mayonnaise, use hummus. Some users may accidentally be consuming everyday foods hidden with sugar. Foods such as mayonnaise, ketchup or BBQ sauce, breads and buns from food outlets, are all foods that contain hidden sugar. Without reading the labels, this can be quite unexpected. Even a humble 'cup of soup' in powder form contains on average 3 teaspoons of sugar. A can of tomato soup can contain up to 6 teaspoons of sugar.