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Japanese experiment using electric chopsticks science

Increasing salt intake is not at all good for health, so perhaps it is no wonder that we are more conscious of our salt economy in the face of it, but in today’s fast-paced world it is difficult to reduce it, if only because so little is smuggled into almost every food.



In a Japanese experiment, they wanted to prevent excessive salt intake, which is why they dreamed of an electric food stick. The Kirin researcher also found that people don’t like to give up their food, and with the usual amount of salt reduced, the experience won’t be the same, so gradation is best.

To reduce salt intake, researchers eventually urged the creation of a smart food stick that would essentially reduce sodium levels in the Japanese population. The mechanism shows some electrical stimulation by a small computer placed on the wrist. The device was developed in collaboration with Kirin, a lab at Homei Miyashita, a professor at Meiji University in Tokyo.

Miyashita and Kirin She saidClinical trials on people following a low-sodium diet have confirmed this The device enhances the salty taste of low-sodium foods by about one and a half times. The participants who received the low-salt miso soup noticed that the taste of the food improved a lot.

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