Gustation as a determinant of ingestion: methodological issues.


To better characterize the relationship between taste function and dietary intake, measures of taste sensitivity, perceived intensity and preference for sweet (sucrose) and bitter (urea) stimuli were assessed in 35 healthy adults using aqueous and food tastants. Observations were then correlated with the proportions of calories contributed by carbohydrate… (More)


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