The effects on children of sugar and additives tested in real life

Do kids get hyperactive by eating too much sugar and junk food? Could it even contribute to problems with ADHD? Parents everywhere seem to believe it. But some experts claim that it’s a myth, although a large well-designed study published in 2011 clearly showed that a diet change (including less sugar and processed food) reduces symptoms in most kids with ADHD.

But while the test in the video above may not be highly scientific, it is strongly indicative, and fascinating to watch. One group of children celebrate at a party by eating cakes, candy (sweets), and sugared fizzy drinks, while the other group eats more nutritious real food. Please spend 5 minutes to watch the children and see the results.

Via Diet Doctor
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