Listening to wind-chimes can help you like broccoli?!

It's not as crazy as it sounds...

Every time you sit down for dinner, there’s always some weird looking green stuff on your plate, right?

Grown-ups are always telling you to eat veggies and whilst things like sprouts and broccoli might be good for you, we all know they taste icky!

Well, according a professor at the University of Oxford, there’s an easier way to eat your greens…

Charles Spence has found that listening to different kinds of music can actually change your taste!

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He works as a professor of experimental psychology. Psychology is basically looking at the ways we think and behave and experimental psychology is all about investigating the weird and wonderful theories people have…

Charles says listening to ‘chirpy music’ can help make food taste better…

“The idea with chirpy music such as wind chimes is that it contains the high-pitched musical notes that have been shown to bring out the sweetness in a food that contains a sweet note”

That’s not all! He even says that you should play with your food if you’re a little bit picky…

So next time you’re faced with a big plate of icky green stuff, play some nice music!

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