Ya'll, this is scary. The donuts that were bought (by another member of this household thankyouverymuch) the other day have three grams of sugar LESS than the high-fiber, low-fat oatmeal bars I've been eating in my quest to not each so much junk.
And on those so-called healthy bars, the second item in the ingredient statement is high-fructose corn syrup.
And high-fructose corn syrup made the list of Dr. Oz's five food ingredients to avoid. Nice.
I guess they have to get flavor from something with all that fiber and no fat in it.
And not to ruin anyone's lunch, but if you want to continue enjoying hot dogs, cut the nutrition label off the package and throw it away. Or you could accidentally see that 110 of the 130 calories in each dog is fat. And that the ingredient statement begins with "...mechanically separated..."
I suppose it's all about moderation. But truly, I'm finding that the bigger the claim on the package, the more you need to turn it over and read the true story in the ingredient statement.
(And maybe you can have donuts guilt-free!)