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How Electronic Spoons Could Make You Get Rid of Your Sugar Cravings For Good

Scientists at the City University of London are developing a new high-tech brand of cutlery that could seriously curb your salty and sweet cravings. Taste Buddy is an electronic spoon that works to trigger your taste buds with a light electrical current so that your brain thinks you're indulging... even if you're eating something that is really quite bland. The futuristic spoon was just recently unveiled at a science and engineering conference for young people in the UK.
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