The pleasure of food: underlying brain mechanisms of eating and other pleasures

  title={The pleasure of food: underlying brain mechanisms of eating and other pleasures},
  author={M. Kringelbach},
  • M. Kringelbach
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Flavour
  • As all chefs know, great food can have a transformational impact. A great deal of recent research has gone into using the new techniques from molecular gastronomy and gastrophysics to create innovative meals with delicious original textures and flavours. These novel creations have elicited much excitement from food critiques and diners alike. Much stands to be gained if these developments were to be matched by a better understanding of how the pleasure of food comes about in the brain. This… CONTINUE READING
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