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?

Sunday, 16th December 2018, 4:21 pm
Updated Sunday, 16th December 2018, 5:53 pm
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.
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
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.