Some commercial soups being branded as healthy options contain seven teaspoons of sugar.
An investigation done by an RTÉ presenter shows that some foods we think are healthier options, contain some hidden ingrediants.
A new RTÉ programme, What Are You Eating?, due to air this Wednesday is set to shake up our thoughts on healthy options.
Top chef Hilary O'Hagan-Brennan revealed that one brand of chicken soup was made with 28 grams of sugar per tub.
The World Health Organisation recommends an intake of no more than 34 grams a day.
According to the Sunday Independent, the programme also reveals that one third of us think wraps are healthier than bread. However, it turns out that some chicken wraps have as many calories as a 12-inch pizza.