15 High Sugar Foods To Avoid (Or Limit)

15 High Sugar Foods You Should Avoid

In this article, we will discuss the high sugar foods to avoid. High sugar consumption has been associated with diabetes and heart disease and also obesity.  World Health Organisation claims that around 1.9 billion adults around the globe are obese. High-sugar foods are addictive. Moreover, there are many foods marketed as containing ‘zero sugar’ or ‘low-fat’ or ‘zero calories’, but they have more hidden sugars than normal foods.

The American Heart Association states that sugar intake should not be more than 100 to 150 calories per day. But most of us consume far higher amounts of sugar unknowingly. In this article, we have listed 15 high sugar foods that you need to avoid in order to improve your diet and health and lower the risk of obesity (1).

Here is a list of high sugar foods to avoid.

1. Low-Fat Yogurt

Greek-Yogurt

Yogurt is extremely beneficial for your gut health. It boosts the production of good gut bacteria and also helps improve the digestion process. Many opt for low-fat yogurt over the full-fat variant, thinking that it is healthier. But this is actually a very common misconception. In the process of making low-fat yogurt many of the essential nutrients are removed and in order to make it taste as good as full-fat yogurt sugar and flavor are added into it. So next time before buying low-fat yogurt check the label for its contents. Experts believe it is better to consume full-fat yogurt to get the benefits.