Are you attracted to low-fat or fat-free foods? It turns out that these foods often contain as much as 25 percent more sugar than the full-fat conterparts.A new study from Channel 4 in the U.K. shows just how reaching for low-fat options could be harmful to your health by putting your sugar consumption levels well over a healthful limit. The low-fat craze started a few decades ago, but it is still running rampant today. Despite many people recognizing the craze as misguided and uninformed, some are still falling for the line of reasoning that fat causes fat, and that by eliminating dietary fat you can eliminate love handles, tummies, or obesity in general. Beyond obesity, sugar consumption is similarly tied to cancer. In fact, if you or someone you know is suffering from cancer, one of the best things they can do is take away the disease’s favorite food – sugar. The WHO recently announced new recommendations regarding sugar consumption, suggesting less than 5 percent of our daily calories should come from the sweet stuff, down from their previously recommended 10 percent. In removing fat from otherwise fatty foods, the industry has to add things to make their products taste worthwhile. And one of the ingredients they know is sure to please taste buds is sugar.