Of Mice and Men
experiments done show correlation between diet, sugar addiction, and extremely aggressive behavior
Date: 3/25/2005 4:57:01 AM ( 14 y ) ... viewed 1774 times
Long ago I conducted an experiment on mice.
One group I fed healthily with fresh water
they stayed managable and
socially interactive... happy and peaceful.
Other group I fed high sugar foods,
junk foods, and soda for drinks.
Within about 1 week
they were viscious and mean to each other..
and worse I could barely feed them!
They were very aggressive...
trying to bite my fingers.
Just to get near the cage,
they would get hyper,
and when I did manage to get food
and replace the drink bottles,
they would bite at each other even to drawing blood.
. to eat as much of the junk food as possible.
I did this experiment at a very young age.
It greatly impressed upon me the fact
that poor diet does greatly affect
how we as a people respond and interact..
not to count other avenues of triggers
that affect us all..
clearly a high sugar intake such as an alcoholic gets
is addictive of its own power
by the body craving it,
and worsens further, if diet is not of a healthful nature.
I have to agree that correcting a health deficiency
can go a long ways in being able
to deal with the sugar addiction
and the psychological reasons for chemical addiction
(whether it be alcohol, or drugs, diet, etc)
So in my eyes I think that both these are necessary
(personal choice + sticking to a goal to quit..
and if get supportive friends all the better..)
Also in dealing with correcting the dietary issue
and treatments to help balance the physical body.
This is just something I learned long ago
from mice experiments..
The mice fed the bad diet completely changed in nature
all because of sugar addiction and bad diet,
they became outrageously aggressive
to the point of attacking each other and any stimulant.
In regards to breaking addictions I would correct diet,
cease the addictive substance,
make use of Kudzu root powder
(known to help treat alcoholism and sugar addiction)
in addition I would make use of
castor oil packs , cinnamin (helps stop sugar cravings)
/ detoxes/ sweat teas etc/
water flushes, the whole deal..
avoiding toxic food etc..
All these things should be a part of the foundation
of any goal to break an addiction.
Cinnamin is also good for pain and is antiparasitic.
PS: I am speaking about refined sugars,..
sugar in natural food sources, (fruits, etc)
is broken down differently in our bodies
what was most amazing to me was the incredibly
short period of time it took
for the poorly fed mice to begin exhibiting
the abnormal behavior.
I stopped the experiment after a week ,
I was so upset by the outcome of it.
We truly are WHAT we EAT to a very large extent.
Ami Joi Benton ; Curezone Team Member
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