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Craving or anticipating a smell of food is what makes us feel great about the food we eat. The delights of food are numerous and aren’t confined to the tongue. The neurotransmitter, dopamine also called the pleasurable hormone, is activated during the ‘wanting’ phase in our brain. The smell of food emanates from the environment where the food is cooked, who has cooked it; how it looks along with its taste all contribute to our experience. To feel this experience, here is a look at the five indulgent flavours that you should definitely seek out to make every meal a treat.
If you want of an energy-filled day, start with a glass of fresh orange juice in the morning. It has innumerable benefits. As per doctors, oranges and other citrus fruits are high in Vitamin C and help you in relieving stress because of anti-oxidants.
Ghee and Butter
We all used to love to have a traditional breakfast with Ghee and butter. A few drops of ghee on a hot chapatti brings aroma and contributes satiety. Taste plays a vibrant role while having this traditional Indian plate wherein ghee fulfills the gratifying meal. It also improves brain function and is especially recommended for pregnant women to include it in their diet.
We all have pleasing memories with chocolates especially in childhood. The ingredients added to it particularly flavonoids, a class of anti-oxidants makes you feel delightful. Stir in a few spoonfuls into your morning schedule with the sauce on to roasts and salads.
Freshly brewed coffee in the morning also adds strong aroma and is essential to our sense of pleasure. Caffeine makes you feel ready to act and energetic. To make your day, stir it into condensed milk and pour over some ice like the Vietnamese way.
The spice conjures warmness, whether in a hot beverage or dotted over dessert. Cinnamon increases insulin sensitivity, leading to best utilization of sugar in the bloodstream. Use the whole spice to season your dishes and let the warmth diffuse through all your senses.
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