Taste more sweetness with less sugar – by Jill Brook, Researcher and Nutritionist

Read this before your next ice cream cone: The temperature of your sweet food affects the strength of the taste. Sweet flavors taste sweeter when eaten hot, and taste less sweet when cold. A classic example is that when people make homemade jam, the warm cooked fruit needs to taste super overly-sweet, so that when it cools off it will taste just right. The sugar content is the same; it just tastes much sweeter when warm. How can you use this to eat healthier? You probably already guessed it: If you must have sweets, favor warmer ones. Ice cream needs extra sugar to taste as sweet as hot cocoa. An iced tea needs more sugar to taste as sweet as a hot tea. Cold pie tastes less sweet than warm pie. ...one more reason to swear off Frappucinos. Use this to cut your sugar consumption without even sacrificing any flavor. For further blogs visit https://ldnresearchtrust.org/ldn-nutrition-and-lifestyle-blog Please visit our website https://www.ldnresearchtrust.org which is packed with information on LDN for Autoimmune Conditions, Cancers, Chronic Pain, Women's Health, Children's Health etc