So you’re trying to cut down on your sugar intake? But are you limiting your head shaking to the white, granular type only? What I mean is that sugar comes in quite a few forms. In fact; you’ll find it in most processed and packaged foods under sneaky aliases that don’t even sound unhealthy.
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Here are ten sweet and sneaky sugar pseudonyms that you should look out for…
1. Barley Malt
Barley malt syrup is a sweetener derived from sprouted, malted barley. The malt is actually made up of maltose, complex carbohydrates, and a wee bit of protein that forms a dark brown, sticky, thick syrup with a strong malty flavor. It’s used in a ton of packaged foods—like cereal bars—as a sweetener and binder.