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PRACTICING THIS RITUAL MAY HELP IN REDUCING WEIGHT

By Gurpreet Kaur . 10th July 2018 01:00pm
PRACTICING THIS RITUAL MAY HELP IN REDUCING WEIGHT

Tasty food items like dairy products, fish or even meat can effect the brain and make the brain want to eat healthy food, food choices, specifically among the women who are at the risk of obesity. The Japanese word which is used for describing delicious and salty meal is Umami, which also represents sweet, salty, bitter and sour, the basic five tastes. Glutamate is one of the main elements which is a naturally occurring un-important amino acid which can be found in almost all the food items. It is specifically high in foods, like dairy products, fish and meat, which are rch in protein. Researchers carried out a study which examined the changes in the brains of young women after they ate chicken soup irrespective of the fact if the soup contained MSG or not. After having the Umami rich soup, the consumers consciously cintrolled the tests and had more involvement of the brain area which was connected to a successful self regulation while making the food choice. The women who are at high risk of obesity, consume less fat during the meals. A senior researcher said “Previous research in humans studied the effects of umami broths on appetite, which is typically assessed with subjective measures. Here, we extended these findings replicating the beneficial effects of umami on healthy eating in women at higher risk of obesity, and we used new laboratory measures that are sensitive and objective.” The researcher also noticed that the research had surveyed the impact of sugae and sweetness on the brain. The study might give way to new ways for facilitating the healthy eating habits and minimise intake of food among the population. Another reseahcer also said “Many cultures around the world advocate drinking a broth before a meal. Our study suggests the possibility that people at high risk of obesity could benefit from an umami-rich broth before a meal to facilitate healthy eating and healthy food choice.”