Sensory swaps: Could healthier products with similar mouthfeel, taste and texture replace discretionary foods?
Nutritional interventions that increase the intake of healthy foods with a similar sensory profile and mouthfeel to discretionary products could help improve diets in Australia, with new modelling showing promising results for sweet tastes and fat textures, but less so for saltiness.
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