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[Share] This graphic showing what's actually inside Nutella may make you rethink nutrition labels.

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Post time: 9-1-2018 09:17:54 Posted From Mobile Phone
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This graphic showing what's actually  inside Nutella may make you rethink  nutrition labels
The INSIDER Summary:
• Nutella is often marketed as a nutritious hazelnut spread.
•A breakdown of the ingredients shows that Nutella has very few hazelnuts and is actually made mostly of sugar and palm oil.
Ever seen a Nutella commercial?
Generally, Nutella, a delicious hazelnut and cocoa spread, is marketed as "healthy," despite basically being a liquid chocolate spread.
Ads feature cherub-cheeked children eating slices of whole-grain bread spread with a frugal amount of Nutella for breakfast.
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In most countries, it's marketed as a simple hazelnut cream, and ads highlight the fact that Nutella has no artificial colors or preservatives.
But Nutella is not exactly a health  food.
A now-viral image uploaded to Reddit(and originally created by the  consumer center in Hamburg,  Germany) shows exactly what is in a jar of Nutella:

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What Nutella is actually made of.from interestingasfuck
While Nutella contains just five ingredients (palm oil, cocoa, hazelnuts, skimmed milk powder, and sugar), a whopping half of the stuff is sugar.
According to its nutritional label, a jar of Nutella has 21 grams of sugarper 37 grams of spread (two tablespoons), meaning that in realitymorethan half is sugar. Much of the rest is palm oil — solid fat some claim  causes cancer.
The label also says that jars contain "over 50 hazelnuts per 13 oz. jar."
Ferrero, the company that makes Nutella, provided this comment:
"One of Ferrero's core nutritional beliefs is that small portion sizes help people to enjoy their favourite foods in moderation. The labelling on all our products enables consumers to make informed choices and helps ensure that Nutella can be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet."
In other words, you may want to cut back on eating it from the jar by the spoon.

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Post time: 10-1-2018 11:41:23
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Community Question:
Who has just not bothered with the spoon
and stuck their finger right in?


(hit REPLY below left and bare your soul)


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Post time: 10-1-2018 12:20:51 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Oh my god i was eating this much sugar
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 Author| Post time: 10-1-2018 14:23:52 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Because gluttony is (of the Seven Deadly Sins) one of my favorite sins... I will refrain from making further comments..

Gluttony (Gula) by El Bosco

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Post time: 10-1-2018 23:40:48
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Image somi Image 10-1-2018 12:50 AM
Oh my god i was eating this much sugar

You probably won't want to look at the sugar content of:
- peanut butter
- soda/pop, e.g. Pepsi, Maaza, Mirinda, etc
- bread
- milk
- cereal
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Image Rhett Bassard Image 10-1-2018 01:10 PM
You probably won't want to look at the sugar content of:
- peanut butter
- soda/pop, e.g. Pepsi, M ...

Actually, as a cultivator of gastronomic sybaritism, I nourish my gluttony with hiper-delicious Peruvian Cuisine... Ceviche, Tiradito de Corvina, Lomo Saltado, Ají de gallina, Rocoto relleno, etc., etc.
The good thing is that I eating without fault because I do not get fat... I know that at some point the doctor will prohibit me from eating all those delicious things, so, until that moment arrives, I will not deprive myself of such delicacies of life.
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Post time: 12-1-2018 16:15:57 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Image Rhett Bassard Image 10-1-2018 11:40 PM
You probably won't want to look at the sugar content of:
- peanut butter
- soda/pop, e.g. Pepsi, M ...

I stopped drinking cold drinks {pepsi etc.} from last 2 years.

I think health is more important than our tastes.

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Post time: 12-1-2018 22:43:10
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Image Pedro_P Image 10-1-2018 03:55 PM
Actually, as a cultivator of gastronomic sybaritism, I nourish my gluttony with hiper-delicious Pe ...

As a lifetime Sybarite, you had me at cerviche.
I scootered the length of Baja a few years ago and carefully sampled many offerings along the coast: chewy, tart, and delish.
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 Author| Post time: 12-1-2018 22:54:40 Posted From Mobile Phone
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Image Rhett Bassard Image 12-1-2018 12:13 PM
As a lifetime Sybarite, you had me at cerviche.
I scootered the length of Baja a few years ago an ...

But I have a sword of Damocles that hangs over me ... I'm allergic to mollusks and shellfish. I have to be very careful with that, because I could become a Christ and that would be my last dinner.
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Post time: 12-1-2018 23:46:00
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Edited by Rhett Bassard at 12-1-2018 12:20 PM
Image Pedro_P Image 12-1-2018 11:24 AM
But I have a sword of Damocles that hangs over me ... I'm allergic to mollusks and shellfish. I  ...

Amen, bro.
Or in the words of a commoner: "Sucks to be you"
More camarón for me!


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