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February 9, 2016

Finding Sugar on Food Labels

 

 

If weight loss is your goal then you definitely want to read this. Sugar or Simple Carbs can be found in two places on a food label. The first is under the Carbohydrate section of the label and the other is ingredients. If any of the names listed below are the first 3-4 in that list of ingredients…beware. Ingredients are listed on labels in sequential order based on the amount of ingredient in that product: For example, if you by a bottle of apple juice listing 10 ingredients and the first ingredient listed on the label is high-fructose corn syrup but the last ingredient is apples that’s not apple juice its apple flavored sugar water. Instead, look for the apple juice that has apples towards the front of the ingredient listing and if you cannot find one of the names listed below…well that’s a good thing.

 

Various names for sugar:

  • Dextrose

  • Lactose

  • Fructose

  • Sucrose

  • Glucose (dextrose)

  • Maltose

  • Corn Syrup

  • Corn Sweetener

  • Syrup

  • Honey

  • Fruit juice concentrate

  • Molasses

  • High-fructose corn syrup

  • Brown Sugar

  • Granulated Sugar

  • Raw Sugar

  • Table Sugar

  • Inverted Sugar

  • Cane Sugar

  • Evaporated Cane Juice

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Cells in the body require nutrients (i.e. vitamins and minerals) to function optimally. Many of these are referred to as micronutrients, to distinguish them from the macronutrient (Proteins, Carbohydrates and Fats) that you may already be familiar with. When cells receive adequate micronutrients, you feel energized and full. On the other hand, most processed/nutrition-poor foods provide calories from macronutrients, but are devoid of the essential micronutrients cells crave. Unfortunately many Americans eat diets, commonly known as the Standard American Diet or S.A.D. for short, that are calorically dense while lacking vital nutrients.

 

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Let's look at a few more reasons why S.U.P.A.™ products are so powerful.
Just to name a few, they provide: 

 

(1) Fiber. 

This is the indigestible portion of plants. Diets high in fiber are associated with lower risks of heart disease, colon cancer, diabetes, and obesity.  

 

(2) Phytonutrients. 

These are a family of chemicals found only in plants that often give the color to vegetables but also confer many health benefits.

 

(3) Antioxidants. 

Many chemcials found in plants confer a resistance to the damage that can occur to the human body from oxygen and the process of metabolism. . 

 

(4) Omega-3 fatty acids. 

These essential fatty acids, including DHA and EPA, are taken into cell membranes and used for the internal workings and repair of cells throughout the body.

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