sweet taste


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sweet taste

a taste quality produced by sucrose, other sugars, saccharine, and other synthetic sweeteners.
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The non-placebo lozenges contained gymnemic acids, a triterpenoid saponin glycoside isolated from the woody vine Gymnema sylvestre, known to suppress the sensation of sweetness by inhibiting sweet taste receptors.
In China, where a traditional sweet taste in food and beverage products are still sought after, the consumption of added sugar remains high and unhealthy.
It has been established that an oral sweet taste sensation (OSTS) can exaggerate digestive activation transiently, with observations of increased coeliac artery blood flow (CABF), which supplies the stomach, pancreas, spleen, and liver, following sweet taste stimulation.
For assessment of sweet taste response, sucrose thresholds were assessed and the protocol tested by Knof and colleagues [25] was adopted.
Made in France from the Muscat grape, this fruity sparkling white looks the part and has a pleasantly sweet taste. It has plenty of bubbles and is nice to enjoy with any food.
Whether it's a family breakfast or a quick breakfast on the go, every bite reminds you of a sweet taste of home.
Cats are thought to enjoy the sweet taste of the antifreeze, but it can quickly cause fatal kidney failure.
The researchers found a nervous system link between the sweet taste and emotions connected with love.
Our fermentation based sweetener platform is a prime example of this, helping the food industry tailor sweet taste in an efficient and predictable way.
If it is antifreeze, it has a sweet taste which attracts cats and other animals but they need only a very tiny amount to be poisoned.
When a sugary food touches a sweet receptor it will send a message to the brain and a sweet taste will be experienced.
Professor Callanan said: "Ethylene glycol has a sweet taste, so any small puddles created from leaky car radiators, or improperly discarded or stored antifreeze will pose a poisonous threat to small animals."