3 Addictive Food that won’t Leave your Head
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[by Kim Hyo-jin] There is a saying, “There are those who has never tasted it, but there are none who has eaten only once.” To make this statement true, there are some foods that is so addictive, you can’t help but think about them over and over again. Let's take a look at three addictive foods that cannot break free.
The charm of capsaicin, 'spicy food'
It is difficult to start a spicy taste, but once you taste it, you cannot escape from its charm. Especially, if you are a Korean, most of them love the spiciness. In addition, capsaicin ingredient of a hot pepper, stimulates metabolism and increases blood flow to make you feel better as well as helping with the diet.
The spicy taste of 'Goobne Volcano' adds a special sauce based on Gochujang to the national snack offering an addictive spicy taste. Oven-grilled chicken brand Goobne Chicken is attracting young people in their 20s and 30s in Hong Kong, Japan, China, Macau, and Suzhou in China.
Sweet temptation 'Ice cream'
Sweet and cold ice cream. It is a food that cannot be missed in the summer, and it is also the first dessert you think of after eating a meal. It is an indispensable snack that gives you the feeling of mood change through the influence of sweetness and tryptophan.
In addition to ice cream, sweet foods stimulate the taste buds and blood sugar levels rise quickly. Therefore, endorphins can be relieved from the stress by feeling more satisfaction in satiety. These charms make it impossible for us to cut sweet foods.
Unbreakable caffeine 'Coffee'
Coffee represents caffeine food the best. Starting a day with one cup of coffee, one cup of coffee after meals, and one more cup of coffee on an afternoon to satisfy bored mouth. Caffeine can be consumed continuously even when you had plenty.
According to a study published by Harvard University in the United States, people who consume coffee steadily are less likely to get depression than people who do not. Adequate amount of caffeine is also effective in overcoming mental illness by affecting brain sensory organs. But whatever it is, too much can be a poison, so be careful. (photo by Goobne Chicken, Baskin Robbins, Starbucks, bntmews DB)