We were amazed to find that the foods on this list were actually full of sugar. We talked to nutritionist Stephanie Middleberg, RD and founder of Middleberg Nutrition to find tasty alternatives to help you eat smarter.
Pre-flavored yogurt is packed with protein, portion controlled and loaded with probiotics and calcium—and sugar. “There are often more than seven teaspoons of sugar in flavored yogurts,” says nutritionist Stephanie Middleberg.
Try instead: Look for plain yogurts with at least 2% fat and no more than 15g of sugar. If you need a little bit extra sweetness, try adding in your own cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract or fresh fruit.