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How Much Sugar Is ACTUALLY In Your Food?

With diabetes on the rise not only in Singapore but all around the world, we probably ought to pay more attention to how much sugar we’re consuming – and it’s a lot more than you think.

The recommended daily sugar intake is 11 teaspoons for males and 9 teaspoons for females.

But here’s how much you’re actually consuming!

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By Pinky Chng, August 2016

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