Do all foods have hidden sugars in them?
No, not all foods have sugar in them
Eco-watch says that Vitamin Water is sweetened with Crystalline fructose, it contains just as much fructose as a Coke. Fructose is a sugar found commonly in honey and fruit.
Bread has a lot of added sugar too, my family swapped white bread for wheat bread a long time ago, I would suggest you try wheat bread if you haven't already, because it's better for you. You can also swap rice and pasta for wholegrain versions like brown rice and pasta.
Pizza and spaghetti sauce
It is shocking to see 12 grams of sugar in bottled pasta sauce or barbecue sauce, but it's even shocking to see that 50 grams of sugar is in a bottled tea! (Web MD)
Lots of food have sugar in them but, did you know that some sugars are good for you?
One of my favorite berries, raspberries, only has five grams of sugar per cup, plus they’ve got more fiber than other berries, so they’ll fill you up faster! (Woman's Health)
And finally my favorite fruit, apples, the have about 19g of natural sugar. They are a good source of fiber, especially if you eat the peel (which is my FAVORITE part). The peel also has nutrients that may cut your odds of getting cancer and heart disease. Before you eat the peel, scrubbing their skins under running water can help get the pesticide off. Pesticide is a spray people use to keep bugs or worms off of fruit. (Woman's Health)