DIET AFTER THE HOLIDAYS, BUT NOT WITH HEALTHY EATING.
Researchers from the University of Texas showed that the label “healthy” leads people to consume more of that food. The test involved measuring hunger of some people with two boxes of cookies, and a simple one with the word “healthy”. Later there was monitoring of some foods purchased before the screening of a movie and how many were actually eaten. The result is that the label “healthy” leads to a greater hunger, because those who chose the biscuit with that wording was found to have more hunger, to the point that the labels instead of misleading obesity, may encourage it.
Perhaps the solution is to find a balance between healthy and not, trust most of the ingredients that the label itself.