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Forbes.com reports that an experiment conducted by UCLA
scientists showed that giving rats a fructose solution in place of regular
drinking water were much slower at completing a maze than mice that didn’t
consume the fructose. The fructose interfered with the brain cells’ ability to
“talk” to one another, meaning that they couldn’t think quickly or clearly.
HFCS could cause your memory and
recall abilities to tank, too, just like the rats’. Yikes!
But there is good
news. The scientists also gave one group of rats a diet rich on omega-3 fatty
acids. These rats found their way through the maze quickly. The researchers
have also concluded that an omega-3-heavy diet can counteract the mind-numbing
effects of a diet high in HFCS.
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BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 5/29/2012 5:56:00 PM
POSTED IN healthy eating 101, how to cut out junk food, nutrition, ace final exams
Hey everyone if you are a girl scout or want to be or just want to see what it all about please join my Girl Scout club everyone is welcome and will have fun!!!!
by NancyDrew 1997 on 5/31/2012 11:12:19 AM
by Krisskatt on 5/30/2012 6:53:20 PM
Rats have very similar brains to humans, so they commonly use them to learn of health effects on humans.
by puffinlover99 on 5/30/2012 4:49:35 PM
This is bogus. It's not real. I mean it's bad for you if you consume to much high fructose corn syrup but a little is OK. And the experiment was poorly conducted also. The should have used rats for both test groups. Not mice.
by Happy_Bunnie on 5/30/2012 1:15:03 PM
guys, they're not comparing us to rats, they're using rats to simulate what would happen in our own heads, without testing something that could be dangerous on actual humans. this is how they come up with cures to diseases since scientists can't just test any idea on a human, it's illegal.
by guitargirl7321 on 5/30/2012 12:13:35 PM
Drinking milk prevents breast cancer.
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