Connie Sellecca, conniesellecca, intelligence for your life, intelligenceforyourlife, kids, kids diet, sugar
The National Institutes of Health says NO. They found no direct link between kids eating sweets and becoming MORE energetic. The fact is, parents expect kids to have a “sugar high,” so they may notice it more. Plus, kids tend to be more excited at events like birthday parties where sugary foods are served. So the environment is probably more to blame than the food.