What are French fries without ketchup? Sushi without soy sauce? Chips without salsa?
Boring, for one. Condiments are used to help improve and heighten flavors, but they can also add calories quicker than you'd expect. Some experts even deem them danger foods -- the "hidden" calories you don't take into account when you're consuming your meals. On the flip side, some condiments are packed with health benefits, so finding a middle ground is important.
Below, we've rounded up the calories in one tablespoon of some of the most popular condiments so you know just what you're getting each time you grab some ranch dressing for that cold pizza.