Myth: Sugar Makes Children HyperActive and Gives Them ADHD

In Uncategorized on February 19, 2010 at 1:48 am

Dr. Vreeman and Dr. Carroll, pediatricians at the Riley Hospital for Children, conducted trials and found no difference in in behavior between the kids that had sugar and those who did not. Parents that were told their kids had sugar, even when they didn’t, noted their child as being hyperactive. Source

Truth: Kids are not hyperactive. Parents are hypoactive.

This blog is produced by JBNI Genomics and Cancer Proteomics – The producer of Serenadin for parents. Also, while unrelated you may find @kevinpmiller of interest. He is the producer of the film, “Generation RX”

Posted via web from Mind and Body Health Myths that You Still Believe – Bioprin

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