High calorie desserts = healthier meals | RITZ
Usually, people are refrained from eating french fries, Red velvet cakes and Fish Fingers due to the high amount of calories. Choosing these high-calorie options first might help you opt for a healthier meal later, says new research. The study showed choosing indulgent dessert first may lead to eating lower-calorie meals. Researchers from the University of Arizona in the US believe diners who chose the indulgent dessert first then picked healthier main and side dishes to make up for their high-calorie dessert.The findings, published by the American Psychological Association, showed that diners who chose the cheesecake first were twice as likely to order the lighter main dish later and ultimately consumed fewer calories than diners who chose the fresh fruit first. People should be aware that their initial food choices and their mindset may affect the overall healthiness of their meals