5 Things that happen to you when you eat ice cream 5 Things that happen to you when you eat ice cream

5 Things that happen to you when you eat ice cream

Oh, don't we all love some ice cream? Fresh, soft, or crunchy, I like them all. Should I feel guilty? Let's find out 5 things that happen to you when you eat ice cream.

Ice cream is the cure to everything, from a breakup to a sore throat, toothache, no matter the case, there is always a good excuse to induce in this delicious creamy dessert. But once you've opened a pint of ice cream, it is very difficult to stop until you see the empty bottom. Can this be bad for your health? Let's see what can happen to your body when you eat a lot of ice cream.

5 Things that happen to you when you eat ice cream

5 Things that happen to you when you eat ice cream 

1. You are likely to gain weight

A pint of ice cream could have up to 1,000 calories –about half of the total recommended amount of calories for a day. While it is perfectly normal to have some extra calories every now and then, doing it regularly can make our gain weight.

2. You'll feel happy

The carbs present in ice cream increase serotonin –the happy hormone. 

3. Your bones will get stronger

Surprise! Ice cream does have some nutrients, such as calcium which can help your bones get stronger. 

4. You might feel sluggish

 As ice cream is high in fat, it can cause bloating and indigestion and make it more difficult for you to sleep.

As ice cream is high in fat, it can cause bloating and indigestion and make it more difficult for you to sleep. And contrary to what you might have expected, you won't get a sugar rush, because the sugar present in ice cream is combined with fat, which delays digestion.

5. You might get addicted

Ice cream seems to alter the reward center of the brain, and you'll need to eat more each time, as it is less pleasurable over time.

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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