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Olfactory scientist Dr. Pamela Dalton says deliberately breathing in a food’s aroma helps us appreciate its flavor more. And when we think food is more flavorful, we need less of it to feel full. So take a deep whiff of your food before eating. And when you’re cooking, use things like fennel, garlic and onions – to increase your food’s aroma. You can also try doing a few jumping jacks before eating. The activity will increase blood flow to your nasal passagesimproving your sense of smell and enhancing the effect of the food’s aroma even more.

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