katholene Posted April 27, 2014 Share Posted April 27, 2014 Hi everyone! I have done several Whole 30s. My first one was April 2011. That was a serious turning point in my life. I did not continue to live like I was always on a Whole 30 but I did make actual lifestyle changes, and it completely changed the way I selected foods. Since then I have done a few more resets. I decided to begin one today because my body feels like it needs one. Anyway, here's my thing. I know that sugar is off limits. I'm cool with that. But when you have a can of Wegman's Organic Roasted Garlic Sauce and the ingredients are all acceptable ingredients and it still says 5g of Sugar per serving is that allowed? Technically there is sugar in the raw carrots I just ate. All vegetables have sugar. So anyway, I guess what I am saying is how can you be sure to decipher between added sugar and sugar that is naturally occurring from acceptable ingredients? Here is the ingredient list: water, organic tomato paste, citric acid, organic diced tomatoes, organic onion puree, organic extra virgin olive oil, organic roasted garlic, sea salt, organic dried garlic, organic basil. Same thing with a box of vegetable broth... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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