I am supposed to reduce the non-natural sugar in the food I eat - reduce the over all sugar load. Have the list of appropriate foods from my doctor, but it is fairly narrow. Sugar does seem to be everywhere in what I've been eating. I've read food processors put lots of added sugars in many of the food products people normally purchase, and there is even added sugar in many restaurant menu items. I'm wondering if there are any good guides or tools out there to quickly analyze sugar in a broader array of potential food purchases? I'm doing some research now - anyone else use something quick and convenient? Thanks!