Pour Some Sugar on WHAT?!

Food manufacturers are sneaking sugar into all kinds of surprising places these days, and one of them is bottled sauces and condiments. Barbeque sauce and ketchup each pack 3 grams into just two squeeze pouches, while salad dressings can have up to 6 grams of sugar in a 2-tablespoon serving. A half a cup of jarred marinara sauce can have a whopping 10 grams of sugar—that’s 2 ½ times as much added sugar as you should have in an hour, according to doctors. When it comes to sauces, don’t get duped: Go for no-sugar-added options—or better yet, make your own.

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