Collection: Candy

26 products
  • Taylor Precision 6084J8 Professional BiTherm Candy / Deep Fry Thermometer, 8 Inch
  • Candy Thermometer with Pot Clip Stay Cool Hanging Handle Professional Cooking Oil/Deep Fry Thermometer
  • Taylor Precision Products Classic Line Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer Assorted Colors - Set of 2
  • Maverick CT-03 Digital Oil & Candy Thermomter
  • Winco - TMT-CDF5 3-Inch Dial Deep Fry/Candy Thermometer with 12-Inch Probe
  • Escali AHB1 NSF Certified Home/Commercial Instant Read Large Dial Beverage/Coffee/Tea/Liquid Thermometer W/Clip, Silver
  • Culinary Institute of America Masters Collection Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer
  • Wilton Candy Thermometer, Ideal for Precisely Measuring Temperature of Hard Candy, Nougat, or Fudge Mixtures, Clamps to Side of Pan for Accurate Readings, Metal (14.7" Long)
  • Escali AHC1 NSF Certified Candy/Deep Fry/Confection Thermometer with Extra Dial, 5.5" Probe, Silver
  • Winco Deep Fry/Candy Thermometer with Hanging Ring, 2-Inch by 11-3/4-Inch
  • Silicon Candy Thermometer Digital Spatula Thermometer Professional Durable deep Frying Instant Read Temperature Reader and Stirrer for Kitchen Cooking,Baking BBQ, Candy,Chocolate,Sauce, Jam
  • Gourmia GTH9185 Digital Spatula Thermometer Cooking & Candy Temperature Reader & Stirrer in One, Durable BPA free food safe material, 2nd Generation
  • Taylor Precision Products Classic Line Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer
  • Digital Cooking Candy Liquid Thermometer with Stainless Steel Pot Clip, Quick Read, Battery Included
  • Efeng Candy Thermometer with 9" Probe & Clip – Best Silicon Spatula with Fast Read Digital Canning Thermometer for jam,Chocolate Spatula with Thermometer,Professional Durable deep Frying Kitchen Aide
  • Candy Deep Fry
  • Digital Candy Thermometer, Instant Read Kitchen Cooking & Candy Spatula Thermometer Temperature Reader & Stirrer in One BPA Free Food Grade Material
  • Taylor 9839-15 Adjustable Head Digital Candy Thermometer
  • Candy Thermometer Deep Fry/Jam/Sugar/Syrup/Jelly Thermometer with Hanging Hook & Pot Clip Stainless Steel Cooking Thermometer Food Thermometer Quick Reference Temperature Guide
  • Goodcook, red Classic Candy/Deep Fry Thermometer, with clip
  • OXO Good Grips Glass Candy and Deep Fry Thermometer
  • Taylor Precision Products RA17724 5983Candy & Deep Fry Stainless Steel Paddle Thermometer, 12 inches, 1 EA, Multicolor
  • CDN DTC450 Digital Candy/Deep Fry/Pre-Programmed & Programmable Thermometer
  • Uigos 2 Pack Digital Kitchen Timer II 2.0, Big Digits, Loud Alarm, Magnetic Backing, Stand, for Cooking Baking Sports Games Office (White) (2 Pack)

The Dangers of Candy

Candy, sometimes called lollipops or sweets, is a type of confection that contains sugar as the main ingredient. The classification, known as candy confectionery, includes almost any sweet confect, such as sugar candy, hard candy, and mint candy. The word "candy" comes from the Greek word "kaht", which means sweet. In most cases, confections that are decorated with fruit, nuts, candy, or almonds are considered to be candy, while confections that lack such components are not.

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Candy has always been popular with children. It can be found in almost every preschool, elementary school, and high school. Children even as young as two or three have enjoyed biting off chunks of hard candy. Candy has even been associated with important events like birthdays. This was seen in cartoons, when the character Bugs Bunny would carry around a box of candy and give it to people on his way to celebrate his birthday.

 

Although candy is not harmful to children, they do tend to become addictive. When left unattended, children will begin to crave for the sugary goodness that they once knew. This is why parents should be very careful about what their kids are eating. Kids tend to eat anything and everything that looks good, even if it is laced with artificial sweeteners and other ingredients. They will also eat foods that are out in the open, such as outside at a store, rather than in back rooms.

 

Candy has even found its way into the world of medicine. According to Oprah Winfrey, the famous talk show host, eating candy is as dangerous as smoking. In fact, it has even been discovered that children who were breast fed were consuming significant amounts of candy in the months prior to birth. Even after the baby was born, they continued to consume significant amounts of candy during feedings. The reason being, it did not take long for their bodies to figure out that this was not the healthy food that they were supposed to be eating.

 

The health risks associated with eating too much candy can be devastating to small children. Many of these small doses of sugar consumed each day can result in serious dental problems. This includes cavities, as well as enamel shaping and cracking. Teeth can even be irreparably harmed, through severe decay and other complications. It can even lead to bone deterioration, which can lead to other ailments, as well as the impediment of vision.

 

Candy can also cause many physical illnesses in children. Among them are asthma attacks, vomiting, diarrhea, and stomachaches. It can also result in bad breath, obesity, poor digestion, and lack of proper growth.

 

In addition, some of the most popular television shows have come under fire for the messages that they feature on their shows. Most commonly, they feature characters that use sweets as their only source of sustenance, which is not only unhealthy but also extremely dangerous. In one case, a character on American Idol was filmed using a small amount of cocaine in order to help him jump through a large series of hurdles.

 

In addition to the dangers that candy can present to small children, they can even be dangerous to adults. Excessive consumption of candy, particularly the type that is candy coated, has been linked to the production of Serotonin, which is responsible for mood and anxiety regulation. Even prescription medicines contain ingredients that are converted into serotonin, which have similar effects as candy consumption. These chemicals are usually found in antidepressants. There is definitely a good reason why candy needs to be relegated to special occasions only.