It's the stuff childhood dreams are made of.
A new study by the University of Arizona found that eating dessert before dinner can be beneficial.
Researchers put cheesecake at the beginning and the end of a cafeteria line.
When people chose the cheesecake at the beginning, they subsequently opted for a lower calorie meal.
In fact, they ate 30-percent fewer calories than diners who chose fruit at the beginning of the line.
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Study: Dessert before dinner can have beneficial results