1: 1. Sugar Trap: Condiments Watch out for ketchup, BBQ sauce, and salad dressings. These sneaky culprits often harbor hidden sugars. Opt for homemade versions or low-sugar alternatives.

2: 2. Sugar Trap: Flavored Yogurts Those tasty fruit-flavored yogurts seem innocent, but they are often packed with added sugars. Choose plain yogurt and add fresh berries for natural sweetness.

3: 3. Sugar Trap: Smoothies Don't be fooled by their health halo; store-bought smoothies can contain excessive amounts of added sugars. Blend your own at home using fresh fruits and no additional sweeteners.

4: 4. Sugar Trap: Energy Bars While marketed as a healthy snack option, many energy bars contain high levels of added sugars. Look for bars with minimal ingredients or make your own with wholesome ingredients.

5: 5. Sugar Trap: Packaged Sauces Sauces like teriyaki, sweet and sour, and marinades often sneakily hide sugar as a primary ingredient. Opt for homemade versions or use natural flavorings instead.

6: 6. Sugar Trap: Instant Oatmeal Convenient breakfast options can contain surprising amounts of hidden sugars. Choose plain rolled oats and sweeten them naturally with fruits or a drizzle of honey.

7: 7. Sugar Trap: Granola Although considered a healthy choice, store-bought granola can be loaded with added sugars. Opt for homemade granola using nuts, seeds, and dried fruits with no additional sweeteners.

8: 8. Sugar Trap: Sports Drinks While they may replenish electrolytes, sports drinks can also contain high levels of added sugars. Choose water or natural options like coconut water for hydration instead.

9: 9. Sugar Trap: Canned Fruit Fruit packed in syrup or juice often hides excessive added sugars. Opt for fresh or frozen fruit for a healthier option without the hidden sugar dangers.