12 Unhealthiest Carbs To Stay Away From

12 Unhealthiest Carbs To Stay Away From

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Jarred jams and jellies contain concentrated sugar. Although these are created with fruit, some companies use more added sugar by weight than fruit.

1. Jams

 Unfortunately, many flavored yogurts contain sugar. This doesn't invalidate yogurt's benefits, but it makes flavored yogurt less appealing.

2. Flavored yogurt

What's not to appreciate a fresh muffin or weekend donut? Some glazed donuts and chocolate-filled croissants have obvious sugar levels, but other pastries may surprise you.

3. Pastries

Although a slice of white bread has less calories than whole-grain bread, you may be wrong. Whole grains contain additional B vitamins, fiber, and protein.

4. White bread

Like white bread, flour tortillas lack fiber and may include sugar. White bread and tortillas are filled with vitamins and minerals but less satisfying than whole wheat flour choices.

5. Flour tortillas

Many packed lunches contain fruit treats, which might be termed sweets. Some fruit snack packages say "made with real fruit" but don't believe it. 

6. Fruit snacks

It might be hard to tell good cereals from bad with so many options. Before buying cereals, check the extra sugar. This should be less than 5 grams per serving and close to zero.

7. Sweetened cereal

Sugary sweets may be one of the worst carbohydrate sources. Many fruit and chocolate-flavored candies have added sugar, food colors and coloring, saturated fat, and high calorie counts.

8. Candy

Ice cream has calories, sugar, and saturated fat like sweets. A half-cup serving has almost 200 calories, and most of us eat more.

9. Ice cream

Add flavorings, syrups, and drizzles for a sugary drink. Popular sweetened coffee beverages have hundreds of calories and more sugar than is good for a day.

10. Sweetened coffee

Flavored syrups are sugary and used on pancakes, waffles, and baked goods. Maple-flavored syrup is a popular choice, and some brands start with sugar.

11. Syrup

Canned fruit is another sugary fruit option. Some have over 20 grams of sugar per serving, and most have less fiber than fresh fruit.

12. Canned fruit

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