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19 April 2010

Taste for diet foods may wane

The more people eat "diet" versions of richer foods, the less they may actually like what they are tasting, a small study suggests.

The more people eat "diet" versions of richer foods, the less they may actually like what they are tasting, a small study suggests.

At each meal, the participants rated how well they liked the food after their first forkful, as well as whether they expected the meal to be filling and satisfying.

 
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