Body Mass Index
November 17, 2010 by staff
Dr Lorenzo Stafford, of the University of Portsmouth’s Department of Psychology, found that people with a higher body mass index (BMI) had a poorer sense of smell for non-food odours and greater sensitivity for the smell of food.
He also found that people had a stronger sense of food smell after eating.
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