Those who like the bitter food have higher chances of being manipulative, callous, insensitive and even psychopathic.
What a person likes to eat is shaped by a lot of factors as people are taking their diet a lot more seriously. But a person’s preference when it comes to food also reveals few details about their personality.
A psychologist suggests that words describing our preference for a taste are also an expression of our personality. While as adolescents people use food to deal with different situations, the kind of food we choose also reveals our inner feelings and emotions.
People who like spicy food may be risk takers who seek the high of thrilling sensations and new experiences. Those who like the bitterness of black coffee, tonic water or radish have higher chances of being manipulative, callous, insensitive and even psychopathic.
Meanwhile people with a sweet tooth are more likely to help others and be more agreeable. A liking for things sour can indicate a person who is critical and harsh with others around them.
More competitive people who are fast paced are more likely to go for salty food.