Who says to a child favors sugar that “accelerate”?

Who says to a child favors sugar that “accelerate”?

Who says to a child favors sugar that “accelerate”?

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His parents basically tell their parents, and stating that I’ve thought so for some time. However, science has not established to date a causal link between a relatively high intake of sugars in a specific moment and a greater acceleration or hyperactive child. I speak essentially of acute and transient and not hyperactivity attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity.

 

The truth is that I promised to make an entrance on this topic the other day when my neighbor’s blog, Alfred, in “You’re ready all-knowing” published a post on this question: Where did the myth arise indicating to give children sugar makes them hyperactive? With which some controversy well in the blog itself and more on social networks generated.

 

So, without too serious data on the table to support both a theory and the other (yes sugar accelerates or speeds) we rely too much on the “experience” of those parents, in your reality and you can not help but recognize that there is widespread belief that yes indeed accelerating them. That experience could well be explained on the basis that counts Alfred in his post and that is summarized in the fact that looking at two variables evolve proportionally we tend to relate causally Take more sugar; It accelerates, then sugar is the cause. However, acceleration, does not have to be caused by the intake of sugar and be the circumstances that foster both unrelated processes: Festive atmosphere, revelry; consume more sweets and while there is more bustle, but for the environment, not sugar. In your own words:

 

Whether in a playground, a birthday or any special party, is the fact of playing, running and trotting back and forth non-stop with other children (friends, colleagues, cousins, brothers …) causing overexcitement and Hyperactivity small and not what has been eating

 

And, and here comes the mother of the lamb, no study has validated the popular belief that drinking sweeter invites his excitement. More to the contrary, this meta-analysis The effect of sugar on behavior or cognition in children. A meta-analysis (effect of sugar consumption on behavior and cognitive performance in children) addressed the issue of full and found no relationship between the fickle child eats sugar and the child is accelerating. His conclusions were clear:

 

To date, our meta-analysis has found no relationship between sugar consumption by children and this affects both their behavior and their cognitive performance. The firm belief of the parents may be due to the expectation and the common association in time of both. […]

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That comes to be good who explained Alfred.

 

Following the arguments that could explain this behavior, it is possible that in these festive days, many with marathon dyes, the kids will come a time when exhausted “its batteries” and to get extra fuel revive and extra if it is fast fuel as is sugar. The frequent possibility that would add to the above provided and serve to explain otherwise the mythologized process.

 

Otherwise, it hyperactivity apart is the little benefit that can usually have this type of product in their health given the countless times you have to access them and the quantities in which they usually take.

By: EsamPim