I'm a truck driver and have done a pretty good job of watching what I eat. I'm 6'0 and currently at 208 pounds, and am attempting to go sugar-free. No soda (I've completely kicked that habit), and I'm drinking only bottled water, coffee, and unsweetened almond milk. But I've noticed something concerning to me. I have a small refrigerator in my truck and my favorite snacks to store are mozzarella string cheese and lunch meat (Angus Beef and Turkey, mostly). I just looked at the nutritional statistics to see there's 1g of sugar in every cheese stick and in serving of lunch meat I buy. ...WTF...?!? So, my question to you guys is, when trying to lose more weight (and I've been hovering around 208 for about two months, and am trying to get down to 190 at least), is 1g per serving a big deal? Or should I say fuck it and find other good food/snacks for the road?