TED Talks Daily: What happens in your brain when you taste food | Camilla Arndal Andersen
Our brains are not reliable food sensors, and our taste buds are affected not just by the food that we put in our mouths, but a variety of electrical signals from our brain, body and all the other sense organs.
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In the urge to eat a bigger portion of life’s cake, we believe we shouldn’t waste our time and grab it while we can, unable to relax or relish life in a calm manner.
It is almost as if there is an invisible race going on, and we need to compete with others by posting pictures on Instagram at the earliest.
Our mind is full of kind of greed to consume life to the maximum. This is not your garden variety ‘i want more money’ greed, but a force inside us to live life to the fullest.