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Let’s talk about desserts, a confectionery course that completes your meal or maybe more than that, brings joy to everyone’s face after a delicious bite. You can’t buy happiness but desserts can.One will always enjoy a slice of cake, a bite of a cookie,a spoonful of cheesecake at any point of the day.
“As we eat the savory course, we rapidly reduce our hunger pangs and become full – the pleasure of the first course has passed (savory and hot). But as we indulge again with a new set of foods (sweet and cold), our appetite re-energizes – and we indulge in the pleasures of eating once again” – Steven Witherly
Everyone loves to enjoy a sweet or savory! treat that will instantly boost their mood and make them feel better. Ice cream seems to be one of the most enjoyed treats in the nation,
Do you ever felt guilty for eating that slice of chocolate cake, that ice cream sundae, or that peach cobbler, though? Don’t worry. Here are a few reasons why desserts make people happy, so you won’t feel remorseful with every bite.
Believe it or not, researchers have found that eating chocolate, which is the number one most craved food in the world, causes the brain to release endorphin’s. These hormones make you feel better almost immediately, so go take a bite of that candy bar if you are feeling down and under the weather. But remember to take care of your dental’s.
If you are going to splurge some sugar for a dessert, you should choose one that contains real sugar instead of artificial sweeteners. These artificial sweeteners are put in many desserts under the false pretense that they are healthier for you. The chemicals in these additives can lead to health risks down the line. In fact, for 12 days, scientists researched the long term effects of sugar in comparison to aspartame, an artificial sweetener. They found that table sugar sucrose, an artificial sweetener reduces levels of cortisol, the stress hormone in the body.
A 10-year study conducted on 37,000 Swedish men proves that chocolate can actually be great for you. The men in the study, aged 45 to 79 years and without any cardiovascular disease, were found to be 17% less likely to suffer a stroke once if they ate dark chocolate regularly, compared to those who didn’t. Another cardiovascular benefit of eating dark chocolate is that it lowers blood pressure. So go ahead, have two pieces!
They are a good reward given the fact that 78% of consumers say they are more likely to eat a sweet dessert when they want to reward themselves, dessert offers an easy, mid week pick-me-up. An additional 60% say they order dessert because they are feeling happy, so if you want your mood to last, you might as well order two desserts!