In fact, it has been proven in numerous studies that it doesn’t affect their behavior at all. A 1994 study found out that most of the reports from parents of kids becoming hyper after eating sugar were actually simply a self-fulfilling prophecy; parents expected their kids to get hyper, so they viewed their kids’ behavior that way. Doctors from Indiana University in 2008 found that out of 12 different studies, there was no link to be found between sugar consumption and hyperactivity. This remained true, even when testing children with ADHD.
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