In an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle and eating choices, researchers at Texas Christian University conducted a study that involved 300 people who were offered a menu: with calories listed or with no calories listed and the number of minutes of brisk walking required to burn off calories consumed from each meal. The study suggested that those offered menus with number of minutes walking needed to take off the calories consumed helped people make healthier food choices.
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Now, imagine that you were in a restaurant and were shown this list, would this lead you to choose the healthier ones?