The vast majority loves high-calorie foods and considers it to be much tastier healthy. Experts from McGill University have proved that pull this kind of is due not so much food taste as its calorific value. Data published by Science World Report.
Volunteers in the experiment, the viewed image with different products and were asked to choose a few dishes for later meals. After that, people had to estimate, how many contain calories each product on the pictures. In most cases, volunteers were evaluated calorie wrong. Most often unconscious preference was given to high-calorie food.
This feeding behavior is characterized not only by adults but also children. That is why scientists recommend to instill good habits from an early age. This exercise will power and the nervous system will help in creating a healthy body.