True or False: We humans are born with a 'sweet tooth'.
True, we're hardwired for it
False, we only like it if we eat it as children
How much Coke can you drink before you reach ten teaspoons of sugar?
On food labels, the amount of sugar is listed in grams. What's 1 gram of sugar?
Why is high-fructose corn syrup in so many foods?
It's cheaper to make than sugar.
It's more nutritious than sugar.
It has fewer calories than sugar.
When grocery shopping, probably the best way to avoid foods with added sugar is...
The outside walls of a supermarket tend to be where staples are stocked. That's so shoppers have to move through the entire store to get to necessities...
Shop the store's perimeter
Don't buy from eye-level shelves
Which of the following foods should you limit your consumption of to avoid extra sugar?
How many glasses (250 ml) of orange juice can you drink before you get to 10 teaspoons of sugar?
Which one of these facts is NOT a problem with eating sugary foods?
Sugar contains empty calories - 16 per teaspoon - but no nutrients.
Consuming excessive amounts of added sugar promotes the storage of body fat.
Added sugar stimulates your appetite and overrides your natural satiety signals.
Added sugar causes celiac disease
How many calories are in one teaspoon or cube (4g) of sugar?
Which of these isn't a type of sugar?
Which of these is table sugar?
Each "ose" indicates some type of sugar. But sucrose is the sugar found in the greatest concentration in sugarcane (a type of tall grass) and sugar beets (a root). And that's where our table sugar comes from
Which country leads the world in sugar production?