If you belong to the ubiquitous cult of sweet toothed people, it is very likely that you could even climb a tree to pluck a fruit, incase there isn't one in your reach. A new study has shown that people with an inclination for sweets tend to consume more fruits than those who prefer salt and spice.
Brian Wansink, a Cornell marketing professor who led this research felt that it is imperative to go into the triggers that dictate preferences and consumption of various foods.
The research was conducted on a random sample of 2,000 North Americans to ascertain the nature of eating habits. The finding suggested that people who showed a preference for candy, cakes, and sweets portrayed a tendency to eat more fruit than those who prefer salty foods.