Hospital food designed to appeal to the taste buds of the elderly has been launched by TV chef Heston Blumenthal and a team of scientists.


Hospital food designed to appeal to the taste buds of the elderly has been

Taste test

launched by TV chef Heston Blumenthal and a team of scientists.

Flavour in foods, especially savoury ones, is enhanced by umami – known as the fifth taste, and also the Japanese word for delicious and savoury.

That’s all very well so long as the umami experimentation does not give these older, malnutritioned, patients the fatal colorectal tsunami.

My sixth sense warns me ‘Better malnutritioned than mortified.’

We know what happened when the Govt engaged Lloyd Grossman last time to titillate the taste buds of the British patients.

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2 responses to “Hospital food designed to appeal to the taste buds of the elderly has been launched by TV chef Heston Blumenthal and a team of scientists.

  1. M Parekh

    Mr Anant Vyas
    Glad to see you standing for Milton Keynes North. We are all supporting you and hope you are successful.

    Need to meet with you in near future for general chat. Enjoyed your quote on 1st page re:
    “Be the change you want to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi

    M. Parekh – Milton Keynes
    07810893754

    • Than you Sir

      It is very gracious of you and the community to pull together in the way you state.

      As a Parekh, you have no option but to like Mahatma’s quote 🙂

      It’ll be my pleasure to meet up with you after the 7 May.

      Namaskaar

      Anant

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