Sugar can give you a heartache.
No, I am not talking about your honey or sugar (quite ironic, though).
Research says that sugar-loaded foods can lead to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. According to WHO, about 1.9 billion adults and 41 million children are obese around the globe.
Consuming too many high-sugar foods too many times can make you addicted to sugar. And you will crave for it at a particular time or during emotional stress.
Surprisingly, not all foods high in sugar taste sweet. For instance, French fries, batter fried fish, and frozen pizza. Yes, these simple carb foods are readily broken down into sugar in the body, leading to a quick glucose spike.
This article enlists 20 high-sugar foods to avoid to reduce the risk of obesity and related diseases. Let’s begin!
1. Vitamin Water
Vitamin water is basically water fortified with vitamins and minerals.
It has become very popular in the recent past. It looks good, the packaging is smart, and it gives you a sense of drinking a healthy drink.
But wait, is it really healthy? You will be surprised to know that one bottle of vitamin water contains 32 grams of added sugar and 120 calories.
So, drink plain water or make detox water at home and sip on it to hydrate yourself and replenish the vitamin and mineral stores in your body.