Sunday Herald Sun - Body and Soul - - NEWSFLASH -

Breath­ing slowly while munch­ing on your meal makes it taste even bet­ter. Re­searchers from Yale, Penn­syl­va­nia and Stan­ford uni­ver­si­ties in the US have found that the way a per­son ab­sorbs smells de­pends on how quickly they breathe. Tak­ing slow and steady breaths gives the brain more time to process how food smells and bet­ter pre­pare for how good it’s go­ing to taste, the re­searchers say.

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