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Sunday, 14 April 2013

The smell of possibility not only by nose but your organs too.



My nose may not be the only receptor for my love for COFFEE, but my organs too. Researchers discover that  foods and beverages emit numerous odor components, and yet the nose only detects a small fraction of them.
Coffee, for example, contains 1,000 potential odor components, and yet only 25 actually interact with an odor receptor in the nose and are smelled.
It could be that the rest stimulate odor receptors in other parts of the body, informing coffee lovers something like, "This is what I expected, based on what my nose found out; it's good and I want more," as they gulp down a freshly-brewed cup of good coffee.
Article quoted from: http://news.discovery.com

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