Scientists have identified a new sense within the human tongue that is able to perceive carbohydrates.
Conventionally our tongues are capable of picking up sweet, sour, salty, savory and bitter tastes from the food that we eat, but now researchers have determined that there is likely to be a sixth sense - one that detects carbohydrates.
"Scientists Find Tongue is Capable Of Tasting Things. Nobel Prize Expected for Ground-Breaking Work."
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