Just wanted to bring something to your attention that may be of interest.
Every second day or so, I eat a very small tin of tuna. I love the stuff, and only buy the 'sirena' brand which is over $2 a tin. Yesterday, it was brought to my attention that some of these tunas are full of sugar. Yes, I am not joking sugar. I argued this, saying that my tuna was of premium quality and not the 'sandwhich' type stuff, but proper chunky style tuna. I eat lemon/pepper, tuna in oil and Thai. All of which add a bit of variety. Whoops
After scrutinizing the tin, the thai style did in fact have sugar. They same some tins of tuna have LOADS more calories than others. My other 2 styles were fine, but it looks like I will be giving Thai flavoured tuna a miss. I wonder how many other foods I eat that are higher in calories than I thought?
Have any of you had similar experiences?