Physical Approaches to Masking Bitter Taste: Lessons from Food and Pharmaceuticals

@article{Coupland2014PhysicalAT,
  title={Physical Approaches to Masking Bitter Taste: Lessons from Food and Pharmaceuticals},
  author={John N. Coupland and John C. Hayes},
  journal={Pharmaceutical Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={2921-2939}
}
Many drugs and desirable phytochemicals are bitter, and bitter tastes are aversive. Food and pharmaceutical manufacturers share a common need for bitterness-masking strategies that allow them to deliver useful quantities of the active compounds in an acceptable form and in this review we compare and contrast the challenges and approaches by researchers in both fields. We focus on physical approaches, i.e., micro- or nano-structures to bind bitter compounds in the mouth, yet break down to allow… CONTINUE READING
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