Fruit consumption of boys (8--11 years) is related to preferences for sour taste.

@article{Liem2006FruitCO,
  title={Fruit consumption of boys (8--11 years) is related to preferences for sour taste.},
  author={Djin Gie Liem and Rik P Bogers and Pieter Cornelis Dagnelie and C de Graaf},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2006},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={93-6}
}
The present study investigated whether the most preferred balance between sweet and sour taste of children (n=50, 9.2+/-0.9 yrs of age) are related to their consumption of fruit. Taste preferences were measured with a rank-by-elimination procedure with seven sweet orangeades that differed in added citric acid (i.e. 0.009-0.065 M). Fruit consumption was assessed with a questionnaire that was completed by the children's parents. Results showed that boys' but not girls' most preferred balance… CONTINUE READING
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