Nestle, a Swiss company, has figured out a way to reduce the sugar content of its chocolates by 40 percent without changing the taste.
A research team has found that for people with obesity preferences for sweet foods don't really change.
A recent study has revealed that children who prefer sweet snacks have higher chances of gaining more weight than those who choose salty treats.
New findings published in the journal Appetite reveal that eating chocolate may lead to better brain function.
Previous studies have suggested that kids who eat more fruits and vegetables will be less likely to eat highly processed foods filled with empty calories. However, new findings conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University call this into question.