Monday, January 16, 2006

Sugary spanner in the works

Sue Kedgeley, and fellow zealots from FOE (Fight the Obesity Epidemic), the Public Health Association and MOH aren't going to be thrilled with this bit of research. A team of Scottish scientists have discovered that drinks high in sugar content aid memory."In an age of low-sugar or artificially sweetened drinks, they suggest that too many low-calorie beverages could hamper mental performance."

Just months ago FOE issued advice that, "Sugary drinks are best avoided by most people, most of the time."

Why? What a bunch of naggers.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a great photo. Where did that come from?