According to the British “Daily Mail” report, a new study from the University of Burgundy in France found that smelling fruits before meals can help people choose a healthier diet.
The researchers convened 115 male and female volunteers between the ages of 18 and 50, and divided them into two groups; the waiting room in the first group was sprayed with the aroma of pears a few minutes ago; the second group was not sprayed in the room. Any smell. After 15 minutes, ask them to choose a three-course meal from the buffet. The results showed that three-quarters of the participants who had not heard of the pear flavor had chosen healthy biscuits, and less than half of the participants who smelled the pear flavor chose unhealthy desserts. The study showed that food choices made by diners are related to smell. For the first time, it provides scientific evidence that food choices are subject to subconsciousness.