Glucose intake is often thought to lead to "hyperglycemia," which can lead to impulsive behavior, but studies have shown that glucose can increase people's ability to control when challenged.
The researchers noted that one way the brain gains executive control of energy is to increase blood sugar levels, which, when stimulated, should provide the energy necessary to suppress aggressive impulses.
The researchers experimented with two groups of people, one group drank sugary lemon juice, the other group added an artificial sweetener to the lemon juice, and then assigned a series of tasks to complete it.
In the analysis, those who drank sugar-sweetened beverages showed less rage than those who drank artificially sweetened beverages. This has been the result of several trials, so scientists have concluded that drinking sugar-sweetened beverages can reduce people's aggressiveness and argumentativeness. Sugar provides the brain with the energy necessary to maintain impulse control, thereby preventing us from stress. And get angry.
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