No Accounting for Taste: Why We Eat What We Eat
This programme investigates the factors that play significant roles in determining the foods we love and those we just can't stomach! With help from nutritionist Ros Ryan, and the experiences and opinions of everyday people from around the world, we reveal the physiological, psychological, social, and economic factors that affect our choice of foods. From satiety – our bodies telling us whether we are hungry or full – to positive and negative associations we have with certain foods, and the impact of culture, religion, lifestyle, peers, and the media, this is a rewarding examination of why we prefer certain types of foods over others.
Production Year: 2011
Duration: 18 min
Printable Resources: Yes
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