Reducing or removing fat changes food’s flavor, so companies often make up for the lost taste by adding sugar. Skippy’s reduced fat peanut butter, for example, lists corn syrup as the second ingredient (that is, second-most-prevalent, after peanuts). Yikes. Read ingredient labels, and try to keep your sugar intake to less than 25 grams (about 6 teaspoons) per day.

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