69 Sugar Aliases Food Manufactures Use to Hide It from You

Duke University Medical Center Lifestyle Medicine Clinic, The Health Sciences Academy, The Obesity Code

Okay so you just got, or are thinking of getting a body contouring procedure done, what’s next? We at Find A Better You are dedicated to keeping you looking your best for years to come. Our health and wellness plan will guide you not just to a diet plan but a lifestyle change. With that being said there is a lot of products that include sugar aliases without using the word sugar. The Duke University Medical Center’s Lifestyle Medicine Clinic says to avoid food items where sugar (or any form of starch) is listed in the first 5 ingredients.

A

Agave Nectar

B

Barbados Sugar
Barley Malt
Beet Sugar
Brown Rice Syrup
Brown Sugar
Buttered Syrup

C

Cane Crystals
Cane Juice
Cane Sugar
Cane Syrup
Caramel
Carob Syrup
Castor Sugar
Confectioner’s Sugar
Corn Sweetener
Corn Syrup
Corn Syrup Solids
Crystalline Fructose

D

Date Sugar
Dehydrated Cane Juice
Demerara Sugar
Dextran
Dextrose
Diastase
Diastatic Malt

E​​​​

Ethyl Maltol
Evaporated Cane Juice

F

Free Flowing Brown Sugars
Fructose
Fruit Juices
Fruit Juice Concentrates

G

Galactose
Glucose Solids
Golden Sugar
Golden Syrup
Granulated Sugar
Grape Sugar

H

High Fructose Corn Syrup or HFCS
Honey

Hydrolyzed Starch

I

Icing Sugar
Invert Sugar

L

Lactose

M

Malt
Maltodextrin
Maltose
Malt Syrup
Maltotroise
Mannitol
Maple Syrup
Molasses
Muscovado

P

Palm Syrup
Panocha
Powder Sugar

R

Raw Sugar
Refiner’s Syrup
Rice Syrup

S

Sorbitol
Sorghum Syrup
Starch
Sucrose
Syrup

T

Table Sugar
Treacle
Turinado Sugar

Y

Yellow Sugar

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*References: Duke University Medical Center Lifestyle Medicine Clinic, The Health Sciences Academy, The Obesity Code.

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