Study: Tongue has fat receptors

11/2/2005 | Reuters Health

Taste buds on the tongue seem to detect dietary fat in addition to sweet, sour, salty, and bitter tastes, according to new research published this week. The findings could help explain why individual humans, whose sensitivity to tastes varies widely from person to person, perceive fat in foods differently.

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