The World Health Organisation has thinking about changing the recommended daily intake of sugar.
Reacting to increasing obesity and tooth decay they have dropped the level by half to 5% of your daily calorie intake.
This works out to be about 25grams of sugar a day.
This new guideline will go out for public consultation, with firm recommendations expected in the middle of this year.
The WHO say sugar is a key culprit in the obesity epidemic that affects half a billion people worldwide.
An obesity study in 2013 shows sugary foods and drink did not make people feel full.
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