Monday, April 5, 2010

healthy and food : count the Nose to attenuate body (slim)

Count the Nose to attenuate body
A recent study tells us not to rely solely on quantity if you want to reduce body weight. We found our nose also plays an important role to move the hands to enter the food into his mouth.
Who is not familiar with the aroma of a dish that can invite us to immediately spit the food they eat? And, apparently the desire to eat food that happens because of the smell of food menelusup into the area of the brain and activate our hunger.
New facts are, not just hunger that is activated by the flavor, but also a sense of satiety. That is, for those of us struggling to lose weight, need to know what it smells that make us full longer.
Actually, the smell of the cycle and the desire to eat there when we chew food. The aroma released by the food going into the nose through a hole in the mouth. This is where the sensation of hunger is stimulated by the aroma into your nose, said Rianne Ruijschop from NIZO Food Research in the Netherlands who are doing research with his team. Based on the research done, there are certain smells can make us feel full.
Solid food to chew it instead of filling out the flavor of liquid food. We just smells containing fats, carbohydrates, or proteins tested, apparently the smell of carbohydrates and protein is more significant to give the sensation of satiety. Ruijschop assume since they entered the high-energy foods. While the aroma of the complex, which consists of several components, the brain reacted to enjoy more food.
Based on these facts, Ruijschop conduct in-depth observations by creating a fragrance that turns out solid food significantly help fill key activation in the brain. In addition to solid food-flavored, complex aroma that also gives the same effect as perceived by the brain as a food source of energy.
That's why Ruijschop and his team believe that this research can contribute to the treatment of obesity worldwide. Estimates had, if the treatment is done at least 10 percent of the expected rates of obesity will decline.
"But just like any other weight loss programs, we can not only overcome them by giving them smells filling. They still have to change his lifestyle to a more optimal quality of life, "said Ruijschop, as quoted in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.