Feature

July 1997 Issue

Eating More, But Enjoying Less? Controlling Your Slipping Senses

The next time you sip coffee, munch on fresh strawberries or bite into a slice of pizza, savor the flavor. Like the other senses, taste and smell tend to diminish with age. But you can fight back. Tasting food is central to eating enjoyment and, in turn, healthful eating. Yet it's often taken for granted. Here, EN offers advice on how you can make the most of these two inseparable senses. Mouth Appeal.

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