Mechanics Of Eating: Why You'll Miss Flavor If You Scarf Your Food

When we exhale while we're eating, air sweeps into the back of the mouth and throat where a heap of flavor compounds are and carries them up into the nose where we can enjoy them. iStockphoto hide caption

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