by Nicolette Francey Asselin
The ability to taste food is a vital part of our lives.
While some studies differ on this point and claim that it is inherited, the ultimate sense of taste is learned and developed at an early age. Early exposure strongly influences the components of flavors, detected by our sense of smell (olfactory system) and taste (gustatory system). Read
by Nicolette Francey Asselin, M.D.
“As a child, my family’s approach to mealtime was without food fights. What I learned stayed with me throughout my life. I realize now that’s how both my loved ones and I have effortlessly maintained good health.”
Envision the meal you carefully prepared with love, spattered all over your kitchen!
“Eating should be fun.” Chef José Andrés on «60 Minutes»
Author: Nicolette Francey Asselin M.D. “Taste Buds” The Magic and Fun of Sensible Food.