Just because a food is branded as "healthy," doesn't mean it actually is.
Many foods that are marketed in this way actually contain a surprising amount of added sugar— a processed form of sugar that provides no nutritional value to your body.
According to the American Heart Association, women shouldn't be consuming more than 25 grams of added sugar per day, and men shouldn't be consuming more than 36 grams.
Below are nine foods whose sugar content will probably surprise you (and most of the sugar in these foods is added as opposed to natural). Keep in mind that the number of grams listed apply to only one serving size of each food.
Words by Sarah Schmalbruch at Insider