“You do what you eat.”  Groundbreaking medical research now shows that what we eat is directly connected to how we behave.  Maggie Adamek’s research for The Sugar Project tracks how the changing American diet has made profound health impacts on behavior, especially among our children.  Transforming how we feed ourselves is showing that food is medicine that can change negative behavior dramatically.

ON Bioneers | May 2, 2014 | 9:30 am

Kicking the Habit: Sugar, Fat and Junk-Food Junkies

“You do what you eat.”  Groundbreaking medical research now shows that what we eat is directly connected to how we behave.  Maggie Adamek’s research for The Sugar Project tracks how the changing American diet has made profound health impacts on behavior, especially among our children.  Transforming how we feed ourselves is showing that food is medicine that can change negative behavior dramatically.

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