Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sweets May Not Be So Sweet

Eating sweets could lead to a life of crime if you believe the recent story in the L.A Times that reports on a Cardiff University research study in the United Kingdom that hypothesizes that, “Excessive confectionary consumption increases the likelihood of violence in adulthood.”

The study was published in the October issue of the British Journal of Psychiatry and found sixty-nine percent of the people they studied who were violent criminals ate sweets nearly everyday when they were younger. Only forty-two percent of non violent people they studied reported the daily consumption of sweets.

This hypothesis may or may not be true. What is true is that over consumption of sweets may lead to obesity, diabetes and teeth problems. Sweets, just as many things, should be enjoyed in moderation.

To maintain excellent health we recommend eating a nutritionally balanced diet, regular exercise and plenty of rest.

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