Double check product claims of ‘no added sugar’

The next time you go to buy something that claims to have no added sugar, you may want to double check the nutrition label.

The food may still contain sugar, but it’s listed under a different name.

The label could include ingredients like fructose, sucrose, beet sugar and rice syrup, according to a registered dietician with the Cleveland Clinic.

Consuming too much sugar can lead to weight gain and put you at risk for Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.