We love sugar. We are genetically wired to love sugar. Sugar activates a rewarding spot in our brain. The brain uses 25% of our daily energy, more than any other organ and glucose is its source of fuel.

I’m Don Juravin and I LOVE HELPING people getting better HEALTH, love, happiness and success.

I concluded that the FDA is not PROTECTING our health enough from deception.

The FDA is not explaining the danger of sugar clearly enough. Let’s exposed the food manufacturers tricks since 50% of our daily sugar consumption is from ingredients that are not clearly marked as sugar.

Why There Are 56 Names For Sugar?

I found out that Food manufacturers are getting us addicted to sugar by using different sugar names to confuse us on the food label. 75% of all foods hide sugar under deceitful names. Why?

To trick us when we read the food label:

The ingredients on a food label must be listed according to their weight. The food manufacturer wants to avoid listing a sugary ingredient at the top 3 of 5. Therefore they will break it into many sugary ingredients to still maintain the high sugar content and list them at the end.

Instead of adding pure sugar, Food manufacturers add few of the 56 sugar like ingredients.  That achieves their deceiving goal: not having to list “added sugar” in the “carbohydrates” section. The result: we’re tricked into believing that the rest of the ingredients are natural.


All of these names are SUGAR in disguise – 56 of them:

  • Barley malt
  • Barbados sugar
  • Beet sugar
  • Brown sugar
  • Buttered syrup
  • Cane juice
  • Cane sugar
  • Caramel
  • Corn syrup
  • Corn syrup solids
  • Confectioner’s sugar
  • Carob syrup
  • Castor sugar
  • Date sugar
  • Dehydrated cane juice
  • Demerara sugar
  • Dextran
  • Dextrose
  • Diastatic malt
  • Diatase
  • Ethyl maltol
  • Free flowing brown sugars
  • Fructose
  • Fruit juice
  • Fruit juice concentrate
  • Galactose
  • Glucose
  • Glucose solids
  • Golden sugar
  • Golden syrup
  • Granulated sugar
  • Grape sugar
  • High fructose corn syrup
  • Honey
  • Icing sugar
  • Invert sugar
  • Lactose
  • Malt
  • Maltodextrin
  • Maltose
  • Malt syrup
  • Mannitol
  • Maple syrup
  • Molasses
  • Muscovado
  • Panocha
  • Powdered sugar
  • Raw sugar
  • Refiner’s syrup
  • Rice syrup
  • Sucrose
  • Treacle
  • Turbinado sugar
  • Yellow sugar



Add yours

  1. Too much of anything is bad. It applies to sugar. Most of food sold haves sugar and if we are not careful enough, it could lead to diabetes and other medical condition.


  2. All thanks to Don Juravin on his investigation about Food manufacturers getting us addicted to sugar by using different sugar names to confuse us on the food label. 75% of all foods hide sugar under deceitful names


  3. We are voting with our wallets. The producers can lobby the FDA but your purchasing habits can make it fruitless. I got tired of all these namings and brandings so that I ended up excluding everything that is sweet from my meals.


  4. Unstable blood sugar often leads to mood swings, fatigue, headaches and cravings for more sugar. Cravings set the stage for a cycle of addiction in which every new hit of sugar makes you feel better temporarily but, a few hours later, results in more cravings and hunger. On the flip side, those who avoid sugar often report having little or no cravings for sugary things and feeling emotionally balanced and energized.


  5. Definitely! sugar is hidden under many different names on food labels. Thank you, Don, it will be very useful for us. To me personally, removing the sugars improved the pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia.


  6. By offering the taste of sweetness without any calories, artificial sweeteners seem like they could be one answer to effective weight loss. The average 12-ounce can of sugar-sweetened soda delivers about 150 calories, almost all of them from sugar. The same amount of diet soda—zero calories. The choice seems like a no-brainer.


  7. This is a great article. However, the business will always come first. If a business is making millions for these sugar-filled products then they will continue to do so. Not to mention, they will use the cheapest materials to make their final products. It is a win for the business and will not be easily changed until EVERYONE gets on board.


  8. It is our love for sweet that has allowed these companies to get away with so much for so long. Time and time again health tips and lifestyle have been preached and taught, yet people still indulge in these same harmful products. It makes no sense to advocate against something that will forever be in high demand.


  9. Too much sugar intake can affect your everyday lifestyle. It can cause hyperactivity and too much energy wherein can lead to sleepless nights.


  10. Too much sugar on your body can be dangerous. Just limit taking up of sweets and be mindful with your diet.


  11. I believe sugar gives us energy but taking up too much sugar can be dangerous. Be mindful with your diet and all the contents of the product you are buying. Keep healthy!


  12. Thank you for your insight about this, Don! Sugar is clearly an undercover killer who is often marketed with deceptive names. Sugar companies have hidden this fact from the world for decades for their own sake. Thank you for educating readers like me.


  13. Sugar can have so many bad effects on your body. It is the primary reason for obesity and diabetes in America. Living in a country so obsessed with sugar and sugary products, it takes a lot of courage to blow the whistle on sugar companies. Thanks for this article, Don!


  14. Wow, this sure is informative! I’ll be on the lookout for these disguises that sugar companies use to disguise harmful sugars. Thanks for this insightful article, Mr. Juravin!


  15. I think there are many issue that causing many diseases but some of them are:

    1. Tooth rot
    2. Gum sickness
    3. Shaky blood glucose
    4. Weight, diabetes and coronary illness
    5. Failing safe framework
    6. Chromium inadequacy
    7. Non-Nutrients
    8. Increment Stress
    9. Maturing


  16. 1. Tooth rot
    2. Gum malady
    3. Insecure blood glucose
    4. Heftiness, diabetes and coronary illness
    5. Breaking down resistant framework
    6. Chromium insufficiency
    7. Non-Nutrients
    8. Increment Stress
    9. Maturing


  17. I had a research paper about sugar and my finding about sugar as:

    Consuming a lot of handled sugar results in a substantial insulin spike as your body endeavours to control your glucose.

    It’s felt that a constantly high-sugar diet with these rehashed insulin spikes, in the end, prompts insulin opposition your glucose will require increasingly more insulin to remain under control. The hypothesis goes that this will in the long run form into diabetes (type II) and you’ll require insulin shots.


  18. Sugar causing many diseases in our bodies to protect over self we should keep this in daily life:

    1. Not include any supplements into your body
    2. Exhausts your most urgent micronutrients
    3. Spikes insulin in your body, causing long haul harm to the cells.
    4. Harms the pancreas by workaholic behavior it.
    5. Causes tooth rot.


  19. I searched, there are numerous components in our day by day life like sustenance dependence is one of them. We should quit eating sugar first as it is addictive and more regrettable than any liquor or medication.

    It likewise causes sustenance yearnings and one to indulge. Drink extremely cool water or eat vegetables when “hungry” while breaking the sugar dependence.

    When you quit eating sugar, you can stop your nourishment addictions and furthermore avoid liquor or medications.


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