|Taste Buds That Are Located On Your Tongue|
Ever since you were a kid, you've known that sugar is bad for your teeth. Even so, who can resist a sweet now & then? But people with high blood pressure,diabetes,cardiovascular diseases, and other health challenges sometimes have to adjust their diets and refrain their taste buds to appreciate flavors they might otherwise avoid.
The transition need not be painful.....
1) Experimenting with aroma,texture,shape,and color can all improve anyone's dining experience.
2) Scientist say humans can detect six distinct tastes: sweet,sour salty,fat, bitter, and umami which means "savory" in Japanese. You can mix "n" match foods and seasonings that are healthful and yet appeal to your palate.
3) Nutritionist say your taste buds will adjust in only 3-5 servings!
YOUR HEALTH, YOUR TEETH, AND ALL OF US SALUTE YOUR GOOD TASTE