8 “Healthy” Foods That Actually Contain Tons of Sugar

Ough! I hate these foods. They are so innocent and “healthy”. The companies behind these foods are really selfish.

They are tricking people into believing these foods are healthy and won’t do any harm to their health.

On the backside of the story, these foods are full of sugar.

That’s why I warned you a couple of times about different forms of sugar and reading the labels.

The World Health Organization says that we should not be consuming more than 10% of sugar regarding our daily food intake.

I’m angry right now. I really am. Lots of people were drinking or eating these drinks and foods thinking they are going to stay healthy after all.

I found 8 products that are full of sugar but are labeled as healthy.

Stay away from them as much as possible. Opt in for something fresh. Something you will cook or make for yourself.

That’s probably the only way to know you are drinking or eating a healthy meal.

Here are the products:

VitaCoco Pure Coconut Water

Sugar per serving – 11 grams

Sugar per bottle – 22 grams

Percent of recommended daily intake 44%/88%

Canada Dry Tonic Water

Sugar per serving – 29 grams

Percent of recommended daily intake 116%

Naked Kale Blazer

Sugar per serving – 32 grams

Percent of recommended daily intake – 128%

Blue Diamond Almond Milk

Sugar per serving – 7 grams per cup

Sugar per Carton – 56 grams per half gallon carton

Percentage of recommended daily intake – 28%/224%

Slimfast

Sugar per serving – 18 grams

Percentage of recommended daily intake – 72%

Ocean Spray Cranberry Light

Sugar per serving – 14 grams per 10 fluid ounce bottle

Percentage of recommended daily intake – 56%

Tropicana Farmstand Fruit and Vegetable Juice

Sugar per serving – 25 grams

Sugar per bottle – 150 grams

Percentage of recommended daily intake – 100%/600%

Rice Milk

Sugar per serving – 10 grams

Sugar per carton – 40 grams

Percent of recommended daily intake – 40%/160%

I have nothing to add.

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