According to researchers in The Ohio State University’s department of communications and psychology it could be you’re just not yourself when you’re hungry. You’re HANGRY.
They followed 107 couples, married for an average of 12 years, and found a link between levels of blood sugar and feelings of aggression against a spouse.
“We know there is a link between self-control and blood sugar levels,” said study author Dr. Brad Bushman, professor of communication and psychology at Ohio State University. “The lower your blood sugar, the lower your ability to control your aggression.
Maybe there is some truth to that Snickers commercial.