It can be really hard keeping to your sugar limit especially when you eat out often. Sugar is sneakily added into just about any foods. A standard portion of bubble tea contains a whopping 52.6g sugar, by the way.
The Health Promotion Board recommends no more than eight to 11 teaspoons of added sugar daily, which works out to 40 to 55g. A 330ml serving of coke (330ml) has close to 7 teaspoons of sugar – more than half your daily sugar quota.