Study Reveals People Can’t Actually Tell If They’re Eating Low-Fat Ice Cream And We Don’t Get It

Ice cream is probably the most heavenly substance on the face of this big blue planet of ours. It’s cold, refreshing, sweet, and basically perfect in every way. Whether it’s a rich chocolate, a smooth vanilla, or a satisfying cookie dough, every flavor has its benefits.

Seriously, if it were acceptable to eat ice cream for every meal, I would. The thing is, as delicious as ice cream is, it isn’t really the best thing for you. There is a lot of fat and sugar in it, and not a lot of protein or any of those other substantial things you need to live a healthy life. But as a treat, nothing will ever beat it.

Even though we all have our own favorite flavors, many of us are willing to try those “low-fat” options that we see. Maybe if it’s still delicious, then we won’t have to restrict how much we eat! However, every time we try out these so-called “healthier alternatives” we find ourselves returning to the higher fat options, because obviously they are just better. Or so we thought.

Scientists have done a study where people were given the option of a low-fat and a high-fat version of ice cream, and participants couldn’t actually tell the difference. But how can this possibly be true?


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