The BBC's "scientific detectives", biologist Adam Rutherford and mathematician Hannah Fry asked their listeners about the "Rutherford and Fryn's exciting moments" radio station to investigate the secrets of daily life. sent by the public.
Alan Fouracre, "Why are bad dishes so good?" Alan Fouracre asks, "Sausage, fries and chocolate."
When Ruthford and Fry saw these unhealthy foods, they began to study the material that explains why our mouths were watering our mouths, and went to studying Mark McDonald's.
"There are buds for sweet, dry, boiled, creamy and delicious, and everybody is screaming for it to be eaten," Miodownik said.
"When you eat it, there is a symphony of flavor in the mouth."
But the tongue is not the only sinner to lead us to the wrong way of feeding … The first thing that encourages us to sin.
According to the expert, "our desire is a source of odor."
The smell of a certain type of nutrition requires the burning of our digestive system and its nutrition.
And after our meal, our nose allows us to feel the delicacy of her delicacy.
Miodownic said, "These are thousands of flavors, very advanced."
The role of the coke explains that many of these foods are against us – for example, a hamburger or a fried pork – but we are no longer going to them cold.
"If the food is cold, it loses its flavor because there are volatile molecules in the mouth that heat the heat less heat," he said.
But if heat is a significant factor to explain the attractiveness of hot meals, what is one of the main sinners in the world of soda?
Or with chocolate and sweets, it spends too much of our humility to eat.
Linda Bartoshuk, a professor at the University of Florida, one of the world's most well-known dining specialists, explains why the program has brought us a lot of sugar-filled foods.
"The fuel for the brain is sweet glucose, and our brains have evolved to make us sweet, because we need it," he said.
The reason is that we go out to search for sweet foods and why we love it.
Bartosuk says that this relationship is "born from birth," and even emphasizes that even the sweetness of fetuses.
"A pediatrician investigated a 20-year-old pregnant woman with sucial amniotic fluid and drank fluids," he said.
Observations showed that the fetus used sweet drink.
Receivers are full
We have already seen that our tongue, our nose, and our brains have made a scheme against our decision to eat healthy. But there is a problem.
There are several "taste receptors" in our body: not in the mouth but in the stomach and gastrointestinal tract.
And these buyers also have "cravings."
"For example, fat and protein can not be found in the mouth, but if you swallow them, the digestive system turns into fatty acids and glutamates, and now you have receptors that are fantastic fat and protein in your brain," says Bartosuk.
These associations work unconsciously, so they may want to eat something without knowing or understanding you.
From psychological point of view
Rutherford and Fry have also analyzed the psychologically unhealthy food attraction.
Classification of these foods as "bad" is, in fact, even more desirable.
Anthony Warner, "The Angry Chef" was angry), "When you describe a bad meal, you feel a sense of guilty feelings that you should put in a particularly pleasant condition and make it harder to resist."
"It might be more demanding, like putting a dish on a king and turning it into a ban."
According to Warner, the most guilty people are the least challenging to minimize control of eating and eating habits.
"It is difficult to challenge the challenge," he said.
According to BBC scientists, what is a healthier diet?
"Eat too much and enjoy, we need oils, sugars and salty foods."
"Do not just eat too much".