Caffeine can alter the way we taste food for a period afterward. Although a temporary effect, this means that the taste perception of food or beverages consumed right after caffeine is likely altered.
Healthy Living/Wellness August 26, 2017
Toddlers who prefer sweet treats over salty snacks are more likely to have problems with weight gain. A new study found that eating in the absence of hunger and choosing sweets to satisfy that drive may increase the risk of obesity later in life.
Life April 19, 2016
Do you do it for the taste? You may find pleasure in eating sweets but your brain circuits have different definitions of what they find pleasurable when you consume treats.
Life March 29, 2016
Researchers found that kids who play online games with food advertisements are more likely to eat candies and sweet snacks. The kids' choices are reflections of their unhealthy eating behaviors, the experts said.
Life December 22, 2015
Following a low-sugar diet can make foods taste sweeter but it does not change one's preferred level of sweetness for foods and drinks. This finding could help in the management of patients with diabetes or high blood sugar levels.
Life November 28, 2015
Nestle Japan's market is known for producing more than 200 unique flavors of the popular chocolate snack, KitKat. This year, they'll be selling 500 limited edition gold leafed KitKat bars in specially selected stores.
Arts & Culture November 21, 2015
Australian scientists suggest that fat should be included in our five tastes since it meets the criteria. The research may also help in battling obesity.
Internet Culture February 12, 2015
Set your phasers on yum, 'cause you're not going to believe this insane, over-the-top desert. And you're going to want some right now.
Internet Culture December 4, 2014