How We Taste Indicates Our Health Condition
If you are suffering from a cold, the smell and taste of a fine food, even the first-class roasted Chinese Peking Duck won't be your choice. Some fresh vegetables may even give you bitter taste.
We really do not know the reason why taste of food changes when we suffer from cold. Taste mechanism is so complicated. What is happening with our brains?
How do we learn to like and dislike foods? Is it because our brain is programmed to see good foods? Or is there any other sensor other than the brain?
Brains are programmed to want fat, however tasty foods can trigger brain cells, and the reaction will create appetite as if there were no programs in the brain. We could say that it is provocative reaction of the brain which will affect our appetite for health.
According to studies, people who dislike vegetables because they are more bitter than meaty foods are more at risk of developing colon cancer and other diseases. About 25% of people have a special taste for vegetables and live with slandered health condition. About 75% of them find vegetables bitter and no favor of its texture. Of course, they belong to a group of sickly people who were often skinny.
It is important for guardians or parents to give more vegetables to their children before they start to say like and dislike. It is training for your children to love eating more vegetables. Try giving sweet potatoes and sweetened mash potatoes to your child. Also remember, that taste varies with age.
By means of training, eating habit can be improved. All foods have good taste for good health. Your kids will love to eat carrot and spinach starting tomorrow.
Children who do not like vegetables were treated daily with the PYRO-ENERGEN, and we have learned that at least 60% of them turned to start eating vegetables. Wow, it's good news. At moment, we do not know the reason behind it. You may tell us if you find it.
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