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  • How a child's food preferences begin in the womb
    How a child's food preferences begin in the womb

    Tests have shown that what a woman eats during her pregnancy is easily detectable in her amniotic fluid, and the foetus develops a taste for familiar flavoursIt may be a survival mechanism that's come back ...

  • The Last Bite You Take Affects Your Food Preferences
    The Last Bite You Take Affects Your Food Preferences

    Ever wondered what makes you revisit some of your favourite foods again? A new research holds that your memory registers the most latest thing experienced by your senses. In case of foods, the last bite ...

  • The Geography of Taste: How Our Food Preferences are Formed
    The Geography of Taste: How Our Food Preferences are Formed

    We might think we love food from far-flung lands, but most of it is tailored to suit our tastes. If you could only ever eat one cuisine again, which would you choose?Italian, then Indian, followed ...

  • Why do Some People Love 'Earthy' Flavours in Food?
    Why do Some People Love 'Earthy' Flavours in Food?

    Do they, deep down, just want to eat dirt - indeed certain people do crave soil - or is there something more subtle going on?I am all for earthy flavours. Just as there is a ...

  • Gandhi Jayanti Special: Mahatma Gandhi's Experiments with Food
    Gandhi Jayanti Special: Mahatma Gandhi's Experiments with Food

    Did you know - The dietary experiments of Mahatma Gandhi reached a point wherein he stopped eating all spices and only consumed boiled or raw food?

  • What if We Could Train Our Brain to Prefer Healthy Foods?
    What if We Could Train Our Brain to Prefer Healthy Foods?

    Our brain functions somewhat like a computer. It is like a storehouse of knowledge with a highly established network of information. As matter of fact we know that the brain is also responsible for our ...

  • Hunger Can Make Any Food Taste Better. Here?s Why
    Hunger Can Make Any Food Taste Better. Here?s Why

    as per the recent finding by the National Institute for Physiological Sciences in Japan, food tastes sweeter when we are starving, but bitter food also becomes more tolerable.

  • Food and Mood: What You Eat Affects Your Mood
    Food and Mood: What You Eat Affects Your Mood

    A good meal can comfort you and bring back pleasant memories. But are there any superfoods that are guaranteed to put a smile on your face?In Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, the narrator depicts the ...

  • A Study Reveals How Your Genetics May Affect The Way You Taste Food
    A Study Reveals How Your Genetics May Affect The Way You Taste Food

    Do you find karela (bitter gourd), amla (Indian gooseberry) and methi (fenugreek leaves) to be exceptionally bitter? If yes, then your genes may be responsible for this. According to a new study, a specific gene ...

  • Charles Spence: The Food Scientist Changing the Way We Eat
    Charles Spence: The Food Scientist Changing the Way We Eat

    An Oxford professor's research into what affects flavour, from who we eat with to background noise, has influenced food-industry giants and top chefs alike. Now his new book brings food science to the home cook, ...

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