This is how much sugar these 9 Christmas food and drink favourites contain

Christmastime is famed for being a time to indulge and treat yourself. However, just HOW much are you planning to treat yourself this Christmas?

Planning to be good this Christmas?
Planning to be good this Christmas?

Online pharmacy, Chemist 4 U, as part of their UK dental health study have uncovered some shocking findings. So if you’re planning a guilt-free gobble this December you may want to look away now.

One of the worst culprits is that festive drink from your favourite coffee company with can contain upto 130% of your daily intake of sugar (30g).
The average serving of Christmas pudding contains a massive 41.9g of sugars, a staggering 139% of your DAILY intake.
If you fancy something thatll be a little kinder to your teeth then a cheeseboard offers a more angelic alternative. With the average serving containing only 1g of sugar.

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Mulled wine, the iconic Xmas beverage, contains a whopping 3 and a half spoonfuls of sugar per glass. Theres a reason it tastes so good!
Stuffing contains an average of 4.1g
A medium Christmas selection boxll contain a massive 81g of sugar!
The average teaspoon of Cranberry sauce contains 4.1g of sugar

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Honey glazed vegetables contain around a fifth of your daily allowance per 100g.
The nations much-loved chocolate log is a little better for you. With the average serving of a shop-brought Yuletide log containing 13.3g of sugar.