“With Natural Sweeteners”

Translation: This product has a lot of sugar. Experts agree that eating too much sugar in any form contributes to excess calories and potential weight gain. A better practice is to check the product label – ingredients like corn syrup, beet sugar, dextrose, can juice, fruit juice concentrate and malt syrup are all sugar. The American Heart Association recommends limiting added sugars to 100 calories (or six teaspoons) a day.

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