Repeated Use of Herbs and Spices to Lower Salt
Changing to a low-salt soup may make make you like it less, but repeatedly eating that low-salt dish with added herbs and spices can help, according to a new study published in Appetite. The study, funded by McCormick Science, adds to the research on how repeated exposure of a food may increase liking.
AICR recommends limiting consumption of salty foods. High amounts of salt and salt-preserved foods links to increased risk of stomach cancer.
Read about the study findings on our blog, Study Sheds Light on Key to Cutting Sodium, Not Flavor.
Source: Khalil Ghawi S, Rowland I, & Methven L. (2014). Enhancing consumer liking of low salt tomato soup over repeated exposure by herb and spice seasonings. Appetite 81: 20–29.