Join #FoodFri to learn more about added sugars


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Many people know that having too much sugar is bad, but few know how to know how to read sugar labels and know how much sugar is in everyday foods.

Added sugar is a health risk for consumers in sodas, juices, pastries, bread, and more. The more we consume unknown sugars, the more our bodies are at risk for high-sugar diet-related diseases like diabetes and heart disease.

To help consumers understand how to cut added sugar from their diets and how to encourage policies that can help consumers reduce the consumption of hidden sugars, join the #FoodFri tweetchat this Friday at 1-2pm by following the hashtag #FoodFri on twitter with organizations @MomsRising, @CSPI, @TheFoodstand, and @FoodRev.

Copy & Share this TweetWhat’s the deal with added sugars? Join us along w/ others to chat on #sugar for  #FoodFri chat 5/13 at 1-2 pm ET #SaludAmerica

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