Myth #5: Sugar makes children hyperactive
Sugar doesn’t make children hyperactive — this is nothing more than a myth. Sugar means calories, and calories mean energy.
So when some children eat a lot of sweet things, the energy just flows out of them. But remember that, most of all, sugar is harmful to their teeth.
Myth #6: Nerve cells don’t regenerate
The supposed fact that nerve cells can’t regenerate is not a fact. The death of nerve cells is a constant and entirely natural process.
New ones appear in various different parts of the brain. When a person feels stressed, it is the chemicals that make these cells function and interact with each other, rather than the actual nerve cells, which are used up.