This beloved chocolate spread might be a staple in your pantry, but it really shouldn’t be slapped onto your toast (or eaten straight off a spoon) with regularity.
Just take a look at the ingredients label — the first components listed are sugar and palm oil, even before hazelnuts. Nutella is 58% sugar and 32% fat, says The Guardian.
If you really want that sugar kick in the mornings, consider going with a fruit jam instead. Or make your own hazelnut chocolate spread at home — you can find healthier recipes online, including some vegan and oil-free options.
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