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- There is evidence that sucrose consumption activates the mesocorticolimbic system in a manner identical to substances of abuse.7,8,9,10,11
- Adolescents (in Boston public high schools) who consumed more than five cans of soft drinks/week were 9-15% more likely to have engaged in aggressive actions and significantly more likely to have carried a weapon.12
- People addicted to gambling also tend to be addicted to sugar and have higher levels of anxiety.13,14 and a plausible causative mechanism has been suggested: an overdriving of the same dopamine pathways involved in so many other forms of addiction, causing the same reactive desensitization of those pathways that we see in alcoholism, cocaine, methamphetamine or opioid addiction.15,16 In six southeast asian countries high soft-drink consumption among students correlates not only to a higher risk of being in physical confrontations but also alcoholism, suicide attempts and amphetamine use.15
And finally, a study comparing fruit juice consumption to sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) across eleven US states and the District of Columbia found a 26% greater prevalence of poor mental health among the SSB drinkers than the fruit juice imbibers.❧
What You’ll Learn
This 3-hour livestreamed webinar examines the effects of sugar on mental health, and what we can all do about it:
- How sugar addiction impacts mental health: anxiety, depression, ADHD, violence.
- Dopamine, reward pathways and refined carbs: is sugar the original gateway drug?
- A highly effective nutrient clinical pearl that stops a sweet tooth dead in its tracks.
- That we’re not selling. No product pushing here.
Join us online on Sunday, May 22 at 11am Pacific Daylight time.
Post-webinar access is also available.