Can taste buds be retrained in the fight against fat?

July 1994
Environmental Nutrition;Jul94, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p2
Discusses ways to inhibit one's preference for fatty foods. Early childhood intervention; Use of a low-fat diet with a similar taste to a high-fat one; Tips to retrain the taste buds.


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