says. “It’s not…Hospital, reasons that the context in which you give your child sugar may be what makes kids hyper. “Maybe you give your kid a bright blue candy that they want, and they’re excited and they show that,” she says. “It’s not so much sugar that makes them hyper, it’s the reward.”
Correlation does NOT equal causation!
While I certainly relate to the fatigue and sluggishness that accompanies sugar consumption, which I have experienced far too many times thanks to a relentless sweet tooth, it makes me wonder what other assumptions we’ve been fed that simply aren’t true. But, no sugar rush… Wow!