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Luckily, most Halloween treat options come in individual packs that make portion control easier. We recommend keeping snacks to about 10 grams of sugar (about 2 teaspoons) to avoid major blood sugar spikes and crashes. Here’s what 10 grams of sugar looks like in some of your favorite Halloween treats. You might be surprised how they stack up.
Falling somewhere in the middle on the sugar scale, one fun size bar has 10 grams of sugar. If you’re a fan of the Midnight Milky Ways, it’s good to know that each fun size bar also contains 10. For trick-or-treaters on Halloween, there’s no experience quite as joyous as examining one’s filled-to-the-brim candy basket.. Chowing down on some of America’s favorite Halloween candies is part of the holiday fun, but consuming too much sugar, especially on a regular basis, can increase the risk of developing cavities, among other health issues, according to the FDA.
Baby Ruth – The snack-size bar has 10 grams of sugar. Butterfinger – The snack-size bar has 10 grams of sugar. Twizzlers – A two-piece package has 9.5 grams of sugar. Halloween Candy With Lowest Sugar-Content.
Take 5 Candy Bar – The snack-size bar has 9 grams of sugar. Snickers – A snack-size bar has 8.5 grams of sugar. To put this into perspective, here is what 384 grams of sugar might look like: You can see how easy this becomes when looking at the carbohydrate count of a few classic American candies: One small bag of Peanut M&M’s has 13 grams of sugar. There are obvious high-sugar temptations out there — like a small Banana Berry Smoothie at Jamba Juice, which packs 59 grams of sugar, or a slice of banana bread at Starbucks with 30 grams of sugar.
Other healthy seeming choices, like instant maple brown sugar oatmeal, contains 12 grams of sugar, and 1 cup of Raisin Bran can pack 18 grams of. A trio of snack packs totals 190 calories, 26 grams of sugar, and 2 grams of protein. 15. Nestlé Crunch. Three of these mini chocolates contain190 calories, 21 grams of sugar, and 2 grams.
A cookie of our preferred size has more like 16.5 grams of sugar. Whoops. TOTAL: 49.5 grams of added sugar Photo, clockwise starting at top left: dinceras, karandaev, DebbiSmirnoff, anakopa, Foxtrot101/istockphoto Breakfast Steel cut oatmeal sprinkled with 1 ½ teaspoons loosely packed brown sugar: 6.3 grams. I always check nutrition labels when I’m at the grocery store and use them to help pick the best option among the variety of pre-packaged foods I purchase.
I check sugar, salt, and fat contents, but to me all those numbers (measured in grams) are an abstract relative. What does a gram of sugar—or salt, or fat—really look like?Snack Size 3 Musketeers: 190 calories, 30 grams of sugar, 6 grams of total fat Like_the_Grand_Canyon/Flickr The heroic candy is relatively high in calories and sugar, but lacks any of the traditional additions — caramel and peanuts, for example — that make many chocolate bars high in.
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