I worked at Starbucks – the drink which contains 3.5 times your daily sugar intake & almost as calorific as a Big Mac

YOU might want to reconsider your morning coffee order.

In a video posted by BabbleTop, one Starbucks employee revealed the drink that contains 3.5 times your daily sugar intake, and it even comes close in calories to a McDonald's Big Mac.

Calories in drinks can easily sneak up on you, and many people forget to count them as part of their daily intake.

"Super sweet drinks are obviously the biggest culprits at Starbucks when it comes to unhealthiness," said the video.

"But some drinks are just way more than you probably bargained for."

With such a high sugar content, ordering from the frappuccino menu could be dangerous for your health.


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They said that a Venti Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino contains around 86 grams of sugar and 510 calories.

"To give you some perspective, a Big Mac has 540 calories."

"Obviously the bigger the size you get the more calories and sugar intake you're getting, especially when you're ordering anything in the frappuccino department," said BabbleTop.

According to the UK Group Action on Sugar, they found the Venti Grape Mulled Fruit was amount one of the biggest disgraces, having 25 grams of sugar.

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"Since then, the sugar content in most of the chain's drinks has been drastically reduced by almost 25 percent," said the video.

The American Heart Association suggests that women have no more than six teaspoons (25 grams) of sugar per day, and men have no more than nine (38 grams).

"If it looks like dessert then it probably is, and is not the best way to start your day."

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