In spite of how careful or health conscious we may be, or try to be, we can still be fooled by foods promising to be packed full of nutritional goodness, all because we crave a little sweet flavor.
The average American is wolfing down 460 calories from added sugars every day. That's more than 100 pounds of raw sugar per person per year (enough to make 3,628 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups!).
The authors of "Eat This, Not That! Supermarket Survival Guide" identify the 8 biggest sugar bombs, including kid's favorite meals and treats.
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