Bitterness has a bad rap. No one ever talks about having a “bitter tooth” - a powerful craving for bitter foods to snack on - and few of us would want to be known as a bitter person. In fact, nature has helpfully made many plants bitter-tasting as a way of warning us that they could be dangerous. But if we take bitterness at face value and try to avoid it altogether, we might miss out on some amazing gifts that are hidden below the pungent exterior. In this intriguing new podcast, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, dives deep beneath the surface to explore the healing and life-enhancing properties of bitter substances. You’ll learn why the right dose of something bitter can be nutritious and supportive for our body, heart, and soul. Maybe it’s time to welcome a little bit of bitter back to the table!
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