According to Statistics Canada, sugar consumption in Canada is at an all-time high. The average Canadian consumes 26 teaspoons of sugar per day – that’s 20 bags of sugar per year, and far too many per the World Health Organization (WHO), who is once again urging people to lower the amount of sugar they consume.Just to break it down for you:Interesting comparisons:
9.5 cubes of sugar in1 can of coke
6.5 cubes of sugar in1 can of Red Bull
3.5 cubes of sugar in4 Oreo cookies
7.5 cubes of sugar in1 Snickers bar
7 cubes of sugar in1⁄2 cup Häagen-Dazs raspberry sorbet
1 serving of Almond Fresh Unsweetened almond milk0 grams of sugar, 35 calories, and fortified with nine essential vitamins and minerals.