natural sugar vs added sugar?

  • I have been reading the nutrition articles before I start Ignite and I am rather confused as to how to determine the difference between "natural" sugar and "added" sugar. Also, in one part of the Ignite info it says to keep to food items with 10g but you only eat 1/2 a serving, that is OK? And for things like fruit, what is a serving?

    LBKLBK   by: LBKLBK
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    KateHough  over 1 year ago by: KateHough

    Added sugar is sugar that is added to a processed food. For example, tomato sauce often contains a lot of added sugar. Natural sugar is in a pure, whole food like an apple for example.

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