That should be known about sweets
“I am really full, but because everything is sooo good, I have to eat that!”
This is what I hear again and again after a rich main course, which is usually preceded by a good soup.
Then, with enthusiasm, the cake, the cream, the pudding or something downright “down”. The stomach often hurts already and signaled to stop – I am full, I have enough!
But especially children love sweets in any form.
Our organism is more or less burdened by wrong eating habits.
Many sweets reduce the functioning of the digestive organs. This in turn weakens the resistance to disease.
Sugar overloads the organs and has an inhibiting effect on the metabolism. This disorder in the stomach, in turn, negatively affects the brain activity and thus the mind and the learning ability!
And especially children should be awake and attentive at school.
Therefore, avoid refined sugar especially during breakfast. A muesli made fresh with the Salzburg Flocker gives your children, but also you, a lot of energy, vigor and power for the day.
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