TED Talks Daily: What happens in your brain when you taste food | Camilla Arndal Andersen
A neuroscientist specializing in food conducted an elaborate EEG brain scan test that measures the electrical impulses of feelings, emotions, thoughts, sensory input and even muscle movement while the tongue tastes a particular food.
The results showed that the brain figures out the food within the first 100 milliseconds, and can tell the taste of various foods apart when all the other noise is minimized.
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