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Does Sugar Really Make Kids Hyper?

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In this episode, we explored the common belief that sugar causes hyperactivity in children. We delved into the origins of this myth, tracing it back to Dr. Ben Feingold's 1975 book "Why Your Child Is Hyperactive." The episode unpacked the historical context of the 1970s, when concerns over ADHD medications like Ritalin were rising, making the idea of dietary control over hyperactivity attractive to parents.
Key points covered include:
Early Studies:
Initial research suggests a link between sugar intake, insulin production, adrenaline boost, and hyperactivity.
Pivotal 1994 Study:
A landmark study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found no connection between sugar consumption and changes in children's behavior or cognitive functions.
Continued Belief in the Myth:
Despite the scientific evidence, the persistence of the sugar-high myth.
Importance of a Balanced Diet:
Emphasizing the benefits of limiting sugar intake for overall health, beyond behavior management.
DM us on Instagram with your opinions or experiences related to this topic.
Stay tuned for more parenting insights and discussions.
Remember, while sugar might not be the culprit behind hyperactivity, it's still crucial to maintain a balanced diet for your child's overall health and well-being.

Links and resources:
Follow Dr. Cathryn on Instagram: @healthiest_baby
Check out our bestselling online course: Toddlers Made Easy Course
Our NEW Potty Training Made Easy course is here!
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Watch our FREE Tame Tantrums workshop and stay calmer with tricky toddler moments.

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In this episode, we explored the common belief that sugar causes hyperactivity in children. We delved into the origins of this myth, tracing it back to Dr. Ben Feingold's 1975 book "Why Your Child Is Hyperactive." The episode unpacked the historical context of the 1970s, when concerns over ADHD medications like Ritalin were rising, making the idea of dietary control over hyperactivity attractive to parents.
Key points covered include:
Early Studies:
Initial research suggests a link between sugar intake, insulin production, adrenaline boost, and hyperactivity.
Pivotal 1994 Study:
A landmark study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found no connection between sugar consumption and changes in children's behavior or cognitive functions.
Continued Belief in the Myth:
Despite the scientific evidence, the persistence of the sugar-high myth.
Importance of a Balanced Diet:
Emphasizing the benefits of limiting sugar intake for overall health, beyond behavior management.
DM us on Instagram with your opinions or experiences related to this topic.
Stay tuned for more parenting insights and discussions.
Remember, while sugar might not be the culprit behind hyperactivity, it's still crucial to maintain a balanced diet for your child's overall health and well-being.

Links and resources:
Follow Dr. Cathryn on Instagram: @healthiest_baby
Check out our bestselling online course: Toddlers Made Easy Course
Our NEW Potty Training Made Easy course is here!
Get the Dynamic Duo: Toddler Tamining + Potty Training courses and save $20
Does potty training terrify you? Discover 5 Must-Do’s Before Starting Potty Training. Get our free guide and empower your child. Set the path for success!
Watch our FREE Tame Tantrums workshop and stay calmer with tricky toddler moments.

Rate, Review, & Follow ❤️❤️❤️

If this sounds like you: "I love Toddlers Made Easy." <-- please consider rating and reviewing my show! This helps me support more parents -- just like you.

Episode website

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