PEOPLE battling bipolar disorder and attention-deficit/ hyperactivity syndrome should stay away from sugar because it can trigger bad behavior!
Scientists found a link between fructose, a simple sugar, and aggressive and risky behavior in bipolar patients and ADHD sufferers.
“We present evidence that fructose, by lowering energy in cells, triggers a foraging response similar to what occurs in starvation,” says lead author Richard Johnson at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus.
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