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Smelling Food - 5 News Result(s)
  • Craving For Greasy And Fattening Food? Just Smell It To Satisfy Cravings: Study
    Craving For Greasy And Fattening Food? Just Smell It To Satisfy Cravings: Study

    Smelling fattening food could possibly satisfy your cravings as the brain doesn't necessarily differentiate the source of sensory pleasure.

  • Watch Out! Smelling Food May be Linked With Weight Gain: Experts
    Watch Out! Smelling Food May be Linked With Weight Gain: Experts

    According to studies conducted in University of California, Berkley, the odour of what we eat can play a crucial role in how the body deals with calories.

  • Your Nose And Tongue Can Both
    Your Nose And Tongue Can Both "Smell" Your Food, Finds Study

    According to a latest study, published in The Journal of Chemical Senses, the sensors in our nose - called functional olfactory receptors, which help detect good or bad odours - are also present on our ...

  • Love the Smell of Food? It May Faint as You Age
    Love the Smell of Food? It May Faint as You Age

    Human beings not only pick up aromas through the nose, but also through the mouth while chewing food. A new study says that the ability to smell food through the mouth decreases with age.

  • Your Sense Of Smell May Help In Weight Loss- Study Finds
    Your Sense Of Smell May Help In Weight Loss- Study Finds

    The researchers tested several odours in lab worm C. elegans and discovered that only certain scents dynamically regulate fat mobilisation by interacting with specific olfactory neurons through specific receptors.

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