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Here’s a trick to make a low-calorie meal, like a salad – taste better: Eat it while looking at a color photo of a gooey, cheesy pizza – or any other high-calorie meal. According to researchers at the Nestlé Research Center in Switzerland, the image tricks your brain into believing you’re eating what you’re seeing. And you’ll feel more satisfied afterwards. In fact, any picture of a decadent dish can trick the brain into thinking that a super-healthy food is tastier than it really is – even multi-grain bread without butter, or steamed Brussels sprouts.