Sheryl Kraft, a freelance writer and breast cancer survivor, was born in Long Beach, New York. She currently lives in Connecticut with her husband Alan and dog Chloe, where her nest is empty of her two sons Jonathan. Sheryl writes articles and essays on breast cancer and contributes to a variety of publications and websites where she writes on general health and wellness issues. She earned her MFA in writing from Sarah Lawrence College in 2005.Full Bio
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I'm the type who'd rather eat something sweet than salty or sour. Rather than reach for the potato chips, I'll reach for the candy. Give me a big bowl of ice cream or a slice of cheesecake for dinner, and I'll be happy...I'll never miss that piece of fish or broccoli.
(Of course, my conscience gets in the way, but that doesn't mean it's not my dream meal.)
But once I found this website, "sweet" took on a whole new meaning.
Just for fun, take a look and see, in plain sight, how much sugar is in foods like soda, breakfast cereals and fruits. It's alarming to see how the sugar cubes pile up!