How to read the label

Have you watched the Jamie Oliver #sugarrush? There is an eye-opening scene where Jamie and a nutritionist reveal the hidden sugars in our daily meals. This knowledge empowers us to create healthier lifestyles. You can start making positive changes by reading food labels.

 The label might seem complicated, but it’s incredibly simple: focus on the carbohydrates per 100g column. To avoid a sugar rush, the maximum amount of sugar you should look out for is 5g in the per 100g column. With this perspective, you can take small steps towards a healthier and happier you. Believe in yourself, take charge of your daily food choices, and make informed decisions to achieve a better lifestyle. You’ve got this!

Here are some examples:

carbohydrates: 4.3g
of which sugar: 3.2g

carbohydrates: 0.4g
of which sugar: 0.3g (listed as maize glucose syrup)

carbohydrates: 1.0g
of which sugar: 1.0g (listed as dextrose)

carbohydrates: <0.5g
of which sugar: <0.5g

carbohydrates: 2.1g
of which sugar: 2.1g

carbohydrates: 1.0g
of which sugar: 0.5g

carbohydrates: 0.6g
of which sugar: 0.3g

carbohydrates: 1.0g
of which sugar: 0.7g

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