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In fact, the flavourful variety is what can tempt one to eat more. The food industry is well aware of this phenom and puts it to great use in order to make food hyper palatable.

I thought you knew it has nothing to do with true flavor, but with specific addictive sweeteners, etc, that stimulate the cravings and cause a loss of touch with sensations of satiety.

It's not eliminating flavorful foods and cooking that promotes satiety, but eliminating the processed sh*t. And I can also well see that someone saddled with boring cooking will compensate by overeating on tasty stuff elsewhere, processed or not.

=sheila
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