andrewducker + sugar   71

The sugar conspiracy.
And in this case "conspiracy" actually seems reasonable. So much complete rubbish in nutritional research, complete with political intervention and coverups.
sugar  diet  health 
april 2016 by andrewducker
Obese children's helth rapidly improves with sugar reduction unrelated to calories
"Sugar is metabolically harmful not because of its calories or
its effects on weight; rather sugar is metabolically harmful because
it's sugar,
food  sugar  health  metabolism 
october 2015 by andrewducker
Daily sweets linked to violence
The researchers looked at data on around 17,500 people and found that 69% of the participants who were violent at the age of 34 had eaten sweets and chocolate nearly every day during childhood, compared to 42% who were non-violent.
chocolate  crime  psychology  sugar  sweets  health  violence 
october 2009 by andrewducker
How Much Sugar Is in That?
Visual representations of how much sugar there is in various foodstuffs.
health  food  diet  nutrition  sugar 
may 2009 by andrewducker
How a sweet tooth leads to senior moments
Earlier research showed that one area of the hippocampus called the dentate gyrus is mainly responsible for normal age-related memory decline. The scientists discovered that reduced activity in this part of the brain was closely correlated with higher levels of blood sugar.
memory  brain  sugar 
january 2009 by andrewducker
Scientists find fructose contributes to wards weight gain
"If you feed fructose to animals they rapidly become obese, with all features of the metabolic syndrome, so there is this strong causal link," Johnson said, "And a high-fructose intake has been shown to induce certain features of the metabolic syndrome pr
diet  sugar  carbohydrates  fructose  food 
december 2005 by andrewducker

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