Expert’s surveyed students, asked them how many sweetened soft drinks made by day, and then subjected them to a standard questionnaire used to assess mental health.
Young people reported no breakfast or lunch was located between the main consumers of industrial juices and soda, revealed the team led by Dr. Lars Lien of the University of Oslo.
"There was a strong association between the consumption of soft drinks and problems of mental health in the tenth grade boys", wrote the report published in American Journal of Public Health researchers.
Those young people not taking soft drinks were more prone to moderate consumers to have symptoms of mental health, said experts.
However, those who drank the most soft drinks - more than six week - had the highest records of these disadvantages in the diets of adolescents.
Many young people were consuming too much sugar drinks.
"A simple and effective to reduce the consumptionof soft drinks in this age group would remove soft drinks in schools and other public places where teens gather vending machines", concluded the authors of the report.
With this knowledge of the research study, we must take action against subtracting consumption diminution of sugars in foods and limiting the amount in the daily diet.
I support this research study. That I saw many hyperactive children exactly were the consuming these foods often and more quantity.
So under this knowledge we have to put actions to repair habits of improve our drinks specially children to prevent the Hyperactivity that probably with intake quality and natural foods and drinks more water juices with less sugar we can avoid Hyperactivity in children.
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