How Our Sense of Taste Reflects Our Health Condition

by: Junji Takano

If you are suffering from a cold, the smell and taste of fine food, such as the first-class roasted Chinese Peking Duck, may not be appealing to you. Even fresh vegetables may taste bitter.

We do not fully understand why the taste of food changes when we have a cold.

The mechanism of taste is complex. What is happening in our brains?

How do we develop preferences for certain foods? Is it because our brains are programmed to recognize good foods? Or are there other sensors besides the brain?

While our brains are naturally inclined to crave fat, the taste of appetizing foods can activate brain cells, triggering reactions that make us hungry, as if there were no inherent programming in our brains. We can consider this a thought-provoking response from the brain that influences our appetite for maintaining good health.

Taste Preferences and Health

Taste Preferences and Health

Studies have shown that people who dislike vegetables because they find them more bitter than meaty foods are at a higher risk of developing colon cancer and other diseases. Approximately 25% of people have a natural preference for vegetables and maintain a healthy condition. However, about 75% of people find vegetables bitter and do not enjoy their texture. These individuals often belong to a group of people who are frequently underweight or have poor health.

It is important for guardians or parents to introduce more vegetables to their children before they develop preferences. This is a way to train your children to enjoy eating vegetables. Try offering sweet potatoes and sweetened mashed potatoes to your child. Also, keep in mind that taste preferences change with age.

Through training, eating habits can be improved. All foods have good taste and contribute to good health. Your kids will start to love eating carrots and spinach from tomorrow.

PYRO-ENERGEN and Taste Perception

Children who do not like vegetables were treated daily with the PYRO-ENERGEN, and we have observed that at least 60% of them started eating vegetables. Wow, this is great news! We do not currently know the reason behind this change. Could the static electricity generated by the machine potentially have an impact on ozone levels, which in turn may affect taste buds? If you have any insights or information regarding this matter, we would greatly appreciate your input.

About the Author:

Junji Takano, the authorJunji Takano is a Japanese health researcher involved in investigating the cause of many dreadful diseases. In 1968, he invented PYRO-ENERGEN, the first and only electrostatic therapy machine that effectively eradicates viral diseases, cancer, and diseases of unknown cause.
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