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Hypnop – Lollipops

Who resists the diversity of colors, flavors and sweetness contained in lollipops?

It leaves even adults mesmerized by their charms, which our Jonny will tell! We have another challenge for our hero Karl.

In fact, there are parents who use lollipops as “a trick” to make little ones abandon other evils, such as a the pacifier. Now, how many have truly stopped to reflect on the impact of lollipop on children’s health? Besides, what a beautiful subterfuge for some parents as a way to reward their children represents this product, is not it?

Look, is there any nutritional value in the lollipop that justifies the offer?

Thanks to the contact of the lollipop with the mucous membranes of the tongue, quickly the sugar and dyes present in it come into contact with the bloodstream. In particular, bluish tints, which dye the tongue blue (and everyone finds it funny), should be kept out of the reach of children, due to their potential toxicity due to the artificial coloring that gives color to the candy.

Besides the dyes, the sugar in its composition alone is already harmful because it’s an addictive product for the child, which will always seek the sensation generated by its consumption.

Candy consumption is also a factor for triggering childhood obesity.

Not to mention the appearance of tooth decay, compromising even the children’s oral hygiene. You may think, “Oh but it’s just a lollipop …” Add that to all the other foods that will be consumed throughout the day and there may be a heavy load of sugars on the child’s teeth and body. Think about it!

Here’s a simple way to spend the excess calories:

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Cris Parente

Cris Parente

Personal Trainer

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