Science explains why you crave certain beers in the fall to pair with leafing adventures

16th September, 2016 by

By Krista Driscoll

Just as the depletion of chlorophyll exposes anthocyanin and carotenoid pigments in leaves, giving them brilliant hues of yellow, orange and red, the human body undergoes its own processes when the seasons change from summer to fall. One such change includes our taste, or why we suddenly find ourselves eating foods or drinking drinks that we haven’t indulged in all summer. The Thermic Effect of Food, or TEF, offers one explanation. This relates to the amount of energy expended by processing food for use and storage during cooler weather.“When it is cold, our body temperature drops and triggers us to …

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