Thursday, July 29, 2021
Cold Thermogenesis

How to use ambient odors to eat less



There are warm scents and cool scents – the classification your brain uses, can impact how many calories you end up eating, in a scented eating environment

http://www.betterbodychemistry.com/sleep/ambient-odor-appetite

Here is a recap of this video
00:13 Meal associated thermogenesis
00:42 Inside the ARC
01:08 Playing by the rules
01:27 Thinking is over rated
01:43 Play book slipups
02:36 Assessing the temperature
02:54 Scents have a temperature
03:25 The problem with smelling temperature
03:49 Undercover at the optometrist’s office
04:28 Scented misperception
05:20 Marketers are EVIL !
05:43 Sniffing about in the laboratory
06:06 Haptic i.e. sensory cues
06:21 Smells to control your appetite
06:21 Dial appetite up, not just down
07:38 Scientific reference

Enjoy !

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One thought on “How to use ambient odors to eat less
  1. Dr sandy all this is very fascinating. But is this based on exogenous temperature because I do know endogenous body temperature rises as the sunsets and people typically eat the most in the evening because of the increase in ghrelin?

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