The effect of consumption volume on profile and liking of oral nutritional supplements of varied sweetness: sequential profiling and boredom tests

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Methven, Lisa; Rahelu, K.; Economoua, N.; Kinneavya, L.; Ladbrooke-Davis, L.; Kennedy, Orla; Mottram, Donald Stewart; Gosney, Margot;

Oral nutrition supplements (ONS) are routinely prescribed to those with, or at risk of, malnutrition. Previous research identified poor compliance due to taste and sweetness. This paper investigates taste and hedonic liking of ONS, of varying sweetness and metallic leve... View more
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