Colorful candies and drinks in shops and stores attract children and can be the enemy of their minds.
Children eat sweets indiscriminately, which can lead to obesity and heart disease, but it is now known that it can severely affect their mental capacity, especially memory.
The study was conducted by scientists at the University of Georgia and the University of Southern California. They have conducted significant experiments on rats. Because rats are physically close to humans, research on them also applies to humans. When young and young rats were given too much sugar, not only was their memory and brain capacity affected at that age, but their effects were also seen in adolescence. Further research has shown that bacterial conditions in the gut change, which affects memory.
Research has shown that eating sugar increases the number of parabacterioid-type bacteria in the stomach and intestines dramatically. This upsets the balance of healthy germs in the stomach. These bacteria can affect brain activity.
Therefore, experts have also said that if the amount of sugar in children and adolescents is reduced by ten percent, it also has a great benefit to memory and brain. In particular, children and adolescents between the ages of 9 and 18 are consuming excessive amounts of sugar due to energy drinks, soft drinks and other sweet drinks.