What is the reason that you love some food & hate others? - letsdiskuss
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What is the reason that you love some food & hate others?


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When it comes to liking or disliking certain type of food there are several factors related to it.Much of what we call taste is actually flavor, trait that has to do much with smell and texture as it does with our taste buds. As humans we are born with the ability to detect 5 type of taste sweet, bitter, sour, salty and umami. Though our individual sensitivity to our like or dislike is determined by genetics but there are certain reasons which determine why we like or dislike certain things.

· Genetics : People experience bitter flavors differently as the combination of bitter receptor genes varies for each person. And almost everyone lacks the ability to detect at least one scent which might strike you either offensive or earthy.

· Culture : Not many people like extremely bitter or spicy foods the first time tasting them but they can come to tolerate and even crave them with repeated exposure and become the one who enjoys that kind of food.

· Texture : Although science cannot yet fully explain why some people hate gritty slimy or creamy foods no matter their flavor.

· Experience : Your liking also depends on the fact about what your mother ate during her pregnancy as there is a research which syas that babies are predisposed to the food their mother ate while they were pregnant and later while breastfeeding.

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Blogger | Posted on

I like a great deal of nourishments that aren't especially well known.

I like pineapple and pepperoni pizza, ideally with mushrooms.

I eat orange strips and lemon strips and here and there lime strips.

I likewise prefer to bite on watermelon skins, and on the off chance that I have a little enough fragment of it, I may simply eat the skin.

I love meat liver, it's one of my preferred nourishments. Shockingly, my grandmother won't cook it, since just me, her, and my sibling like it, and she wouldn't like to prepare two suppers.

I like the shellfish that Chinese smorgasbords have. I don't have the foggiest idea how they're cooked, or on the off chance that they're cooked, however they're the white, gooey glancing ones in the half-shells. Every other person I know is earned out taking a gander at them, while I happily bite away. They're scrumptious.

Discussing Chinese smorgasbords, I truly like eel. A great many people I know won't attempt it. Pity. In any case, more for me.

I likewise love dark licorice and Necco wafers, since I'm extremely old on the most fundamental level. Like, 1920s old. A few people like either, however very few individuals love both as I do. Those individuals are unique individuals.


blogger | Posted on

I propose that disdain is a long haul feeling - it is conceived out of other increasingly prompt and momentary feelings.

Likely the most clear momentary driver to contempt is dread - dread is a fundamental intuition in creatures - it delivers a prompt physiological and mental reaction. The quick adrenalin and cortisone discharge (from the adrenal organs) readies the body for battle or-flight. It should likewise set up the brain - a sharp center results, every single fringe thought and concerns are supplanted with the emphasis on the quick risk. Exclusive focus, uplifted faculties, blood-race to the significant muscles, quicker breathing, flushed skin - even extraordinary responses, for example, automatic poop and *****.

I propose at this stage the body is prepared to respond genuinely to the danger that it fears - and this system and reaction would generally bring about some genuine physical viciousness or fleeing quite quick - the results are either battle and win, battle and free (demise or genuine injury), battle and free (at that point flee), runaway effectively, runaway and afterward need to battle.

Whichever result happens (exposing passing!) leaves an enduring mental effect - we surely realize who not to battle with once more (for example try not to take on bear or tiger) - the injury of such vicious scenes has very much reported mental impacts, (for example, post-awful pressure issue in the outrageous cases).

I'd contend that in the cutting edge world we get dread boosts that are not quite the same as those our bodies have developed to manage. Distinctive in scale as it were. We once in a while need to battle until the very end; it's not regular to need to actually run for your life. We despite everything distinguish dread we despite everything respond to it just the reaction component is obsolete to the point that it reacts as if the risk is far more prominent that it is.