Thursday 14 December 2017
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Did you know there are 56 different names for sugar ? Hidden from customers

Did you know there are 56 different names for sugar ? Hidden from customers

Here is a list of 56 different names for sugar


Fructose, Glucose, Sucrose, Dextrose, Carmel, Corn Syrup, Diatase, Dextran, fruit juice, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Ethyl maltol, Lactose, Agave Nectoar, blackstrap molasses, cane sugar, confectioner’s sugar, date sugar, diastatic malt, florida crystals, Galactose, golden syrup, icing sugar, maltodextrin, muscovado, refiner’s syrup sugar, barbados sugar, brown sugar, demerara sugar, grape sugar, invert sugar, organic raw sugar, rice syrup treacle, panocha, sorghum sugar, beet sugar, cane juice crystals, castor sugar, crystalline fructose, evaporated cane juice, fruit juice concentrate, golden sugar, honey, malt syrup, raw sugar, yellow sugar,



Keep this in mind 1 tsp of sugar, equals aprox 4.4 grams, a gram is a unit that measures weight.

The American Heart  Association recomends for woman 100 calories per day which is 25 grams or 6 teaspoons

The USDA says 45 grams for woman which is about 10 tsp of Sugar



74% of foods consumed today are filled with sugars you are not even aware your eating  everyday.  processed foods found in the isles of the grocery store like, cereal, healthy snack bars, Granola, Fruit bars,Crackers,  canned fruit saturated in high fructose syrup, ketchup, BBQ sauce, apple sauce Virually the entire store has hidden sugars we dont even think about when we are shopping, even our favorite  fast foods, including  Stabucks nearly all there coffee 12 oz blended drinks contain 48 grams of sugar,  McDonalds Mc Cafe Mocha 522 calories and 66 grams of sugar, Jamba Juice Green tea smoothie sounds healthy Huh well a whopping 300 calories and 57 grams of sugar


Click Here    for a list of the top 10 foods Highest in Sugar


Click here   for sugar content in common processed foods, BBQ & Pasta sauce 12 grams , Healthy bottled teas 50 grams, there are natural sugars and added sugars learn about the difference.



Healthy Choices , Right 


Wrong I guess 


Here are  some Drinks we consume daily




sugar products image ketchup, syrup



Fruit snacks , Granola Bars even protien bars  are not as healthy as they sound.  Look at some examples below then Click on the How to read labels tab below also.


43% of everybite is pure sugar


welchs fruit snack image

They claim on the package made with real fruit, fat free, gluton free, no preservatives, and yes they are injected with vitamin C, A & E

Family Farmer Owned that is a marketing strategy to make it sound wholesome.

Companies today  should not add vitamins to unhealthy food just to make them seem healthy.


per the company  website, contain juices from concentrate (sugar), including grape , pear, peach and pineapple.  They also contain corn syrup, sugar, modified corn starch, gelatin, citric acid, lactic acid, natural and artificial flavors, ascobic acid, sodium jcitrate, coconut oil, carnauba was and several food dyes, strawberry, orange, raspberry and grape purees are also found in the fruit snacks, Reduced -sugar fruit snacks contain the same ingredients except for sugar amount , and features phenylalanine , an artificial sweetner.

If you take away the vitamins added there are no good ingredients listed above.  Welchs is just one I choose for no reason other than to bring to your attention Ingredients and sugar hidden foods.

Fruit juices

Fruit juices, smoothies and fruit drinks marketed to children and there parents contain  “unacceptably high ” levels of sugar. One small carton or bottle as a child should consume in a day. Researchers analysed 203 fruit juices , fruit drinks, and smoothies stocked by supermarkets today.  They found almost half contained a child’s entire recommended daily intake of sugar, which is a maximum of 19g or nearly five teaspoons.


In short you have vitamins, water , and a whole lot of sugar you are just drinking calories. You could dilute juice with water, add lemon, a little honey real fruit to give it added flavor.

American Academy of Pediatrics recommends, Infants less than a year old should not be drinking any fruit juice, kids ages 1-6 years old shoulnt exceed 6 ounces of fruit juice per day, and older children from ages 7-18 no more than 8-12 ounces per day, Along with causing weight gain, excessive juice consumption can lead to cavities, malnutrition, and diarrhea




Nature Valley Granola Bars 



6 grams of fat and one bar 12 g of Sugars


The Company markets it as 100% natural ingredients, yet the product contains High Maltose Corn syrup and maltodextrin,  below read the following on a complaint filed with General Mills

According to a complaint in 2010 –  high-maltose corn syrup and maltodextrin are both produced by applying acids, enzymes, or acids and enzymes in sequence to corn starch, depolymerizing the starch to glucose and maltose. The acids or enzymes are then neutralized, removed, or deactivated, and the resulting product is then refined, purified, and concentrated.
“High maltose corn syrup and maltodextrin are highly processed, do not exist in nature, and not even under the most elastic possible definition could they be considered ‘natural,'” said Michael F. Jacobson, executive director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest. CSPI’s litigation department is acting as co-counsel in the suit.
High-maltose corn syrup and/or maltodextrin are in dozens of Nature Valley varieties including various flavors of Sweet & Salty Nut bars, Chewy Trail Mix bars, and Granola Thins. Packages for Dark Chocolate Granola Thins tout “[t]he uniquely delicate crunch of crispy granola paired with an irresistible, melt-in-your-mouth taste-all in a 100% natural square.”
Besides the deceptive labeling and marketing copy on packages, Nature Valley’s web and social media presence surrounds itself with images of forests, mountains, lakes, deserts, beaches, and other natural imagery, and shows hikers, backpackers, and divers eating the products. A caption reads, “[N]o matter how many flavors we create, you can be assured that with Nature Valley you’re always getting The Taste Nature Intended.”

In response to this claim General Mills said it would eliminate high-fructose corn syrup from the product line,  few, if any , Nature Valley Products contain high-fructose corn syrup but many still contain high-moltose corn syrup and maltodextrin. Look above to those 56 names SUGAR

General Mills was sued again in 2012 Deceptive marketing, has it the all Natural has GMO genetically modified foods.


Click Here for more on GMO found in the granola bar



Learn how to read food labels    Click Here   from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. 


 The FDA just announced today may 20th 2016 that in 2 yrs lables will then identify the added sugar which they dont now, there will be bigger print Click Here to read the changes comming and manufactures have till July 26,2018 to comply, however those with less than 10 million in annual food sales will have an additional year to comply.



One more Sugar to be aware of Aspartame

Asparame is typically found and used in sugar -free or low-calorie foods and drinks, like chewing gum, carbonated or powdered soft drinks, frozen desserts, gelatins, tobletop sweetners or yogurt, condiments , meal replacements diet sodas.  Most all products that advertise or market low fat, 0 calories, Diet foods drinks.  200 million people consume Aspartame.

Click Here   MD health Better Health information from Doctors.

Click Here  Holistic medican web page on Case histories, Science, books, Important links, especially look under Video Audio for all the news stations that have done reports in the last 10 years.


I think we are guinepigs for experimental products.