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    Keto 10X The answer is given by the World Health Organization (WHO): No. WHO advises reducing the consumption of free sugars (added sugars), both for adults and children, to 10% of the total daily calories and also says: "A reduction below 5% of the total caloric intake would produce additional benefits to health". But this recommendation does not apply to intrinsic sugars , which are those found naturally in fresh whole fruits and vegetables or in milk and its derivatives. All dairy products contain between 4 and 5 grams of sugar naturally. It must be distinguished from the added sugars that WHO recommends reducing How to know if the dairy product you are buying has added sugars or corresponds to the natural sugar in milk?