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Electric plug simulates a salty taste
Sometimes you want salty, or salt the food, but salt is harmful to your body, then what to do There is an option and it is not strange not from cooking, but from the world of high technology, experts have developed a plug which emits short pulses and thereby excites the receptors that feel the salty taste.
Salt may make food more delicious, but if you overdo it with the sodium chloride, sooner or later, your blood pressure rises, which is a much more serious problem than tasteless food. Japanese researchers found the solution to make a revolution in this respect, with his prototype of an electric plug, which uses current pulses to mimic the taste of salt.
The plug has to use battery to produce the minimum amount of electrical current that stimulates the taste buds in the oral cavity. Actually, it is the electricity, not food, is what excites these feelings. In our case, the tip and the handle of the fork serve as electrodes, and the receiver language, it closes the circuit and creates a salty taste.
The prototype was assembled in less than 20 dollars and is suitable for everyone, because it can be configured to meet the diverse tastes of consumers. Sometimes, the pulses from the plug can even leave a bad metallic taste, so there is more that I want from it, but you already have an updated concept, which requires quite a bit of refinement.