The size of your index and ring fingers shows whether you’re more likely to pick up a burger or a salad. A Scandinavian study finds the length of our fingers has influence on food choices.
Having a longer ring finger than index finger indicates higher exposure to testosterone in the womb were more likely to pick from the masculine section, which included burgers, steaks, full-fat Coke, lobster and hard liquor.
People with longer index fingers chose the feminine section, which offered salads, Diet Coke, white wine and shrimps.
There was a recurring theme to the masculine food items compared to the feminine ones – they tended to be bulkier, fattier and less healthy.