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AIRPORT CITY, Israel and MOUNT LAUREL, N.J., Jan. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SodaStream International Ltd.
If you’ve ever had difficulty telling the difference between the sugar in regular soft drinks and the artificial sweeteners found in diet sodas, chances are that your brain was fooled by the carbonation found in the popular beverages.
Researchers now say the familiar “bite” of carbonated beverages doesn’t come from the carbonation itself, but from a chemical reaction between the carbon dioxide in the beverage and the human tongue.
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