Tuesday, August 7, 2012

~ Sugar Content in Food & Drinks ~


What A SUGARUnique Way
To Present This…
4.2 grams = 1 teaspoon of sugar = 1 cube !
Someone ought to get an award for this. We know the facts, but this
brings it into perspective quickly, doesn’t it?
Each cube is a teaspoonful.





















 














Now someone needs to do this with salt!

My apologies for the pictures not being aligned....computer acting up and I just couldn't hang ~ 

13 comments:

  1. Wow! Presented like this, you did a public service announcement with this, Pat. I cannot get over the apple!! xo

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  2. Sheeee's back!!!
    Great post Pat - scary but great.
    XXX

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  3. Hi Pat,

    Wow! Now that is a lot of sugar!!!

    Dee

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  4. It really steers me away from so many purchases. I always look at the sugar content. Good Post Pat.

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  5. Wow, and to think I just downed a Coca Cola which I drink maybe once a year. It's a hot one today. That amount of sugar should keep me going till midnight. Thanks for the perspective.

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  6. I had to share this post
    on my FB page for a few
    family members to see.

    thanks for sharing Pat.
    Sandy

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  7. Amazing, isn't it? I am very aware of the sugar I am taking in- xo Diana

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  8. That completely puts things in perspective, doesn't it? Amazing!

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  9. Eeeeekkkk...What an eye opener. A very effective diet aid...I'm depressed now! xo

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  10. I'm off to have some cherrios with shredded carrots and ketchup.

    ~Bliss~

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  11. OH.MY.WORD. This is quite eye opening! What a huge difference it makes to visually see it like this. Thanks, Pat!

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  12. this was a great post, some of the items that you think would be higher in the sugar are not. but the ones that are its unbelievable how much sugar people eat.
    lauren

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