Seems like there is sugar in everything. Even healthy stuff. How much is “low-sugar” for breakfast? What’s a mid-range amount of sugar, or a higher range?

Elisa U.
Sugar is in many products but I don’t recommend to count every little bit of it. Instead, I focus on consuming more protein for breakfast, such as omelette with veggies or toasts with peanut butter.
L Dia I.
I'm not a professional and this is based off of my personal knowledge, but regardless I hope it helps. Low sugar in breakfast would be considered 10-15 grams, although it's best to stick below 10. A mid-range amount would be around 30-35 grams per day. The high-range is what I call "the line" and it shouldn't go above 75 grams per day. It is best to stick to 25-35 grams per day. Obviously it is okay to treat yourself with something high in sugar once or twice a week, but be mindful about it and don't go too far. Also it is much better to swap out a chocolate with a ny fruit that is far more nutritious and better for you. <3
Amanda U.
For me, low sugar is when I turn to eggs, protein, and a small amount of carbs to start the morning. A moderate amount is when we add fruit to the mix. But a large amount is reserved for those pancake/waffle mornings. While not ideal, they are nice to have every once in a while