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Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper?! Debunked

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Parents have been telling us for years, that if you give a child candy and cola it will hype them up and make them go nuts! But, how much truth is there to the 'sugar rush', and how much of it is just in the parents perception?

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Sources for this video:
What Happens To Your Body An Hour After Eating Sugar? (The Guardian)
The Truth About Sugar (Mens Health)
How Does The Liver Work? (US National Library of Medicine)
Does Sugar Make Children Hyper? (Yale Scientific)
Do Children Really Get Sugar Rushes? (The Guardian)
The Effect of Sugar on Behavior or Cognition in Children (The Journal of the American Medical Association
Effects of sugar ingestion expectancies on mother-child interactions (Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology)
Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper? (Live Science)
Does Sugar Make Kids Hyperactive? (bbc.com)
Kids' Sugar Cravings Might Be Biological (npr.com)
No Evidence of 'Sugar High' in Children Found (Los Angeles Times)




Sources:
What Happens To Your Body An Hour After Eating Sugar? (The Guardian)
The Truth About Sugar (Mens Health)
How Does The Liver Work? (US National Library of Medicine)
Does Sugar Make Children Hyper? (Yale Scientific)
Do Children Really Get Sugar Rushes? (The Guardian)
The Effect of Sugar on Behavior or Cognition in Children (The Journal of the American Medical Association
Effects of sugar ingestion expectancies on mother-child interactions (Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology)
Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper? (Live Science)
Does Sugar Make Kids Hyperactive? (bbc.com)
Kids' Sugar Cravings Might Be Biological (npr.com)
No Evidence of 'Sugar High' in Children Found (Los Angeles Times)

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