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.
Study links metabolic syndrome risk with taste reactions to food
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