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Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)

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There's a lot of misinformation out there when it comes to health and the human body. That's why today we're taking the time to separate the fact from fiction.

1 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


2 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


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10 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


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12 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


13 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


14 Lies About Your Own Body That You Need To Stop Believing (14 pics)


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№1 Author: bslist (10 Dec 2014 07:12) Total user comments: 0


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Whoever wrote #1 never saw anyone in the act of active drowning.

Yes, it can happen as they say but rarely does.

-9 years ocean lifesaving
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№2 Author: Aindy (10 Dec 2014 10:54) Total user comments: 2840


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10 - A study conducted by the sugar companiex no doubt. I was a kid once. I know you get hyperactive from too much sugar.
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№3 Author: Skeesicks (10 Dec 2014 13:01) Total user comments: 0


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@Aindy, you get a sugar rush, but this is nowhere near ADHD!
And the effects of the sugar rush are reversible, while these from ADHD are not!

Try to snort powdered sugar...I tried it....it gives you a more intensified suga rush!
And it is nice, if you do it in a club, straigt at the bar!
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№4 Author: fairmania (10 Dec 2014 15:26) Total user comments: 1436


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Aindy, agreed. I only have to watch our youngest after a glass of sugary drink, or a bar of chocolate to see that!

Also if you are the designated driver for an evening out, try not to drink seven or eight pints of Coke over the evening. Just saying......
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (10 Dec 2014 16:54) Total user comments: 5461


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boring. moving on...
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№6 Author: Slugsie (10 Dec 2014 22:19) Total user comments: 1556


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Aindy & fairmania. Many many properly scientifically controlled tests have demonstrated that there is no link between sugar and hyperactivity. It's all about perception. E.g. Parents are told their child has been given a very sugary drink and asked to rate their hyperactivity, result parents think their child is acting hyperactive. Other test, 50% of kids given sugary drink, 50% given almost identical non sugary drink, parents are unable to tell which group is which.
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№7 Author: twitchyfuzz (10 Dec 2014 23:29) Total user comments: 373


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Aindy, agreed here as well. I had ADHD before I got hold of sugar. I have just as much sugar through health supplements as I do on 2 liters of Mountain Dew.
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№8 Author: Egbert (11 Dec 2014 05:08) Total user comments: 393


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There is no such thing as sugar rush, but fast carbohydrates give energy, just like any other food.
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№9 Author: loveandhate (11 Dec 2014 23:37) Total user comments: 1563


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#14

im doubting this
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№10 Author: adzhoe (13 Dec 2014 03:32) Total user comments: 14995


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This is acidcow, 100 percent gaurantee of questionable accuracy on all posts...
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№11 Author: alexacrow (8 Jan 2015 01:21) Total user comments: 1161


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#10 oh yeah? Give my 3 yo boy a chocolate and see what happens.


just saying.
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