Energy drink: Red Bull – Energy drink: Red Bull.
Three-quarters of a cup of generic brand frosted flakes contains about 11 grams of sugar. This 16-ounce can of Red Bull has 52 grams of sugar.
Soda: Coca-Cola – Soda: Coca-Cola.
A 20-ounce bottle of Coca-Cola Classic contains 65 grams of sugar, which is the same amount of sugar found in five Little Debbie Swiss Rolls.
Soda: Pepsi – Soda: Pepsi.
A 20-ounce bottle of Pepsi contains 69 grams of sugar. Each Little Debbie Swiss Roll contains an estimated 13 grams of sugar.
Juice: Minute Maid 100% Apple Juice – Juice: Minute Maid 100% Apple Juice.
This 15.2-ounce bottle contains 49 grams of sugar, which is about the amount of sugar in 10 Oreos.
Sugar occurs naturally in fruit, but natural sugar isn't any different in chemical structure from what most people refer to as added sugar. The body processes both the same way. One benefit of eating whole fruit is the fiber that helps slow absorption; that fiber is generally lost in the juice-making process.
Juice: Sunny D Original – Juice: Sunny D Original.
A 16-ounce bottle of SunnyD Original contains 28 grams of sugar. Each these six Oreos contains about 4.6 grams of sugar.