Sugar lurks in the strangest places (think: pasta sauce). So if you’re not careful, you may find yourself unintentionally binging on too much sweet stuff. The American Heart Association recommends limiting added sugars to 6 teaspoons (or 24 grams) daily for women, 9 teaspoons (or 36 grams) for men. That’s half of what women and men typically down in a day. Where’s all that sugar hiding? Here are 10 offenders, plus healthier alternatives based on recommendations from Kerri-Ann Jennings, a registered dietitian and yoga teacher based in Burlington, Vermont.