The NHS in the UK recommends that adults should have no more than 30g of free sugars a day, (roughly equivalent to 7 sugar cubes).
"Eating too much sugar can make you gain weight and can also cause tooth decay."
Within their tips to reduce sugar, they specifically recommend to use low-sugar jams:
"Rather than spreading high-sugar jam, marmalade, syrup, chocolate spread or honey on your toast, try a ... reduced-sugar jam or fruit spread, sliced banana or lower-fat cream cheese instead."
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Learn more about sugar consumption and read the full article of the NHS here.