Aroma Nutrient Connection

My grandmother used to say that “if it smells good it tastes good”, but science has increasingly discovered that if it smells good it may also be good for you.

A surprising fact about fruits and vegetables is that the substances that give them their appealing aromas (called “volatiles”) are manufactured on the same biochemical assembly line that produces the nutrients. In tomatoes for example, ...

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