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How much SUGAR in plant-based waters?

We’ve scored these on-trend waters on the HFG sugar-ometer


RECOGNISING our endless desire to try something new, manufacturers have turned to plants to quench our thirst. The problem is, despite their healthy image, they can be surprisingly high in free sugars, the ones we should keep to below 30g in total a day. Most of these sugars are naturally occurring, but they still count towards our daily total.

Reasons to stay fluid

WE NEED TO DRINK six to eight cups of liquid a day to stay hydrated (even more on hot days). And when we exercise, we need as much as 1 litre per hour of physical exertion.

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Going low sugar is easy this Easter with the April issue of Healthy Food Guide! Have a healthier treat with our low sugar orange and drizzle cake at just 94kcal per slice, read our nutritionist’s report on sweeteners and find out our best recommendations and how to use them. Get expert guidance on preventing and managing migraines, and the latest diet advice for better skin health. PLUS, try Davina’s new lower-sugar recipes from her latest book and get up and running this spring with our back-to-basics guide to hitting the tarmac.