Literally, Thoughtfully – Chasing Life with Dr. Sanjay Gupta

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Did you know that some people can taste colors, while others have a hard time recognizing faces? This season of Chase Life, Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes listeners beyond the basics of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch to explore unique sensory experiences. Learn why psychedelic drugs change the way you see the world, how animals perceive differently than humans, and how taste biases could impact future food production.

Join us each week to marvel at how the rich landscape of sensory perception shapes our understanding of the world.

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November 15, 2022

Can you imagine your favorite comfort food? Whether it’s a steaming bowl of homemade soup from your grandmother or a chewy chocolate candy from your childhood, food evokes a variety of emotions. But the way we experience food also depends on many different factors, such as smells, sounds, textures, colors and memories. On today’s episode, University of Kentucky professor Dan Han introduces us to an emerging field called neurogastronomy, and how this science can help us train our brains to favor healthier, more sustainable foods. Plus, we’ll get into the kitchen for a behind-the-scenes class with Atlanta chef Taria Camerino on how to apply neurogastronomy to your Thanksgiving table.

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