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bleeding

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does food reward suggest any modifications to crazy spicing?
« on: September 04, 2011, 09:18:05 PM »

Stephan Guyenet has some informative posts on the food reward as it relates to setpoint.

Does that information suggest clues to anyone here on how to make crazy spicing better / easier / more effective?

 Some spices could be very rewarding for some people, for example, and would undo or reverse the effects of some of the other spices.   

For those who've eaten a lot of baklava in the past any spice that reminds of butter might have this effect.

So for example we could compile a list of spices that prove problematic for some. 
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Re: does food reward suggest any modifications to crazy spicing?
« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2011, 05:00:50 AM »

I adore cinnamon and it generally leads to overeating of something very sweet.  I have less experience with it as a non-sweet taste, such as on African or other "exotically" spiced main entrees.  But I would consider it a problem - certainly not helpful in trying to reduce setpoint. 
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Re: does food reward suggest any modifications to crazy spicing?
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2011, 05:11:57 AM »

I don't think I have an issue with any herbs/spices. I have enjoyed many of them in my cooking. But hmmm, have never paid attention to whether they lead to any kind of imbalance. I don't think so but now I will pay attention to see if I notice any patterns.
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