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Increasing aroma intensity reduces bite size, making for smaller mouthfuls. So the stronger the aroma, the smaller the mouthful.
This intriguing observation is of interest to the food industry, nutritionists and anyone concerned about the quantity of food eaten.
Want to reduce the quantity of food you eat? Give it more flavour! Now that’s something to chew on!
Posted by L'équipe éditoriale/The editorial team on Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 03:00 PM in Did you know that?, Myths and Surprises | Permalink
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