Sugar can sneak its way into just about any processed food item you find at the grocery store. Find out which of your “healthy” foods might be full of added sugars in this article and how you can identify more healthful options free of added sugars!
foods with no added sugar
Foods with no added sugar
Here are some ideas of foods you can prepare at home or purchase at your local grocery store that do not contain any added sugars:
- Try plain, whole-milk yogurt with fresh fruit, nuts, and/or seeds. This is a great breakfast or snack option packed full of calcium, protein, fiber, healthy fats and antioxidants (from the fresh fruit).
- Coffee creamers often contain added sugars. Since most people consume coffee with some sort of creamer, it is important to make sure we are focusing on high-quality options with no added sugars. Instead of using an artificially flavored coffee creamer, try using full-fat canned coconut milk, almond milk, hemp milk, or oat milk. When choosing a creamer for your coffee at the store, be sure to read the nutrition label, as even nut milks can contain added sugars. Look for products that say “unsweetened.” Check out how these two coffee creamer brands compare to one another per serving:
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