Factors Associated with Taste Perceptions and Dietary Consumption Patterns in Individuals With or At-Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

Jennifer L. Smith
Abstract: Excessive intake of sodium, sugar, fats, and other unhealthy dietary patterns significantly contribute to cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk and, among those with diagnosed CVD, to deleterious outcomes. Taste perception is one of the most important factors influencing dietary intake and there are many factors that can alter it such as medication and genetic variations. Yet there has been relatively little research on influences of taste perception on self-management of CVD and CVD risk. The...
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