Thanks to 20th century advancements of processed foods to prolong the shelf-life of food products, we are in a constant battle against excessive amounts of salt, fat and sugar.
But good nutrition doesn’t have to taste bad.
Flavor is is the body’s way of identifying important nutrients and remembering what foods they come from. - Fred Provenza, behavioral ecologist and professor emeritus at Utah State UniversitySo it’s time to retrain your tastebuds, learn some new skills, and understand that the nutritional value of food is just as important as enjoyment and taste:
Eat a variety at every meal that taps into all 5 taste buds: sweet, salty, bitter, sour, and umami.
The knowledge staff at Metabolic Medical Center will help you redevelop your taste