Study links metabolic syndrome risk with taste reactions to food

02/20/2013 |

The combination of a preference for sweets and a high sensitivity to bitter tastes means a higher likelihood of developing metabolic syndrome compared with those who have only one of those attributes, a study in the Journal of Food Science says. Researchers said gaining knowledge on the effects of bitter and sweet preferences on food choices may improve prevention efforts.

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