Is sugar as addicting as drugs?
What do you think is more addicting sugar or high fructose corn syrup? do you think it is as addicting as a drug like cocaine? why or why not?
Personally I think that any addiction will vary from person to person. Sugar used to help only a little if feeling low. I do still enjoy it now and again. I am not worried that I am addicted to sugar or not.
Yes! When you eat sugary foods, dopamine (a chemical that makes you feel happy) is released, so sugar=happy. Although we all know sugar isn't exactly good for you, it isn't nearly as bad as cocaine. High fructose corn syrup is just as bad as sugar. Everything in moderation
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