Dulled sense of taste found to promote obesity; exposure to fragrance in laundry products dulls ALL senses

Your sweet tooth may actually be indicative of dulled taste according to researchers from Cornell who found that those with a diminished ability to taste choose sweeter, and more likely higher-calorie, food. This, they warn, could lead to the downward spiral of obesity and associated conditions such as diabetes and Continue Reading

Dulled sense of taste found to promote obesity; exposure to fragrance in laundry products dulls ALL senses

Your sweet tooth may actually be indicative of dulled taste according to researchers from Cornell who found that those with a diminished ability to taste choose sweeter, and more likely higher-calorie, food. This, they warn, could lead to the downward spiral of obesity and associated conditions such as diabetes and Continue Reading

Food scientists blame newly discovered “taste” for carbohydrate cravings on taste buds – implying we are victims of our physiology

Food scientists have found evidence that our tongues have a certain sensitivity to the taste of carbohydrates, making it the sixth official taste that our taste buds are able to detect – apart from sweetness, sourness, bitterness, saltiness, and umami – according to an article by the Daily Mail. Researchers from Deakin University Continue Reading