Le Whif is the answer to your prayers in case you're looking for a chocolate high without the calories tagging along.
David Edwards, professor of biomedical engineering from Harvard, who previously invented an inhaler that delivers insulin to the body in fine particles, has now invented a device that lets you taste chocolate without the calories, reports Discovery News.
AdvertisementLe Whif works on the same premise, however, the particles are made bigger so that they do not pass into the airway or stomach, but settle onto the tongue and tastebuds.
And in the end, all you get is the taste of chocolate for the cost of about 1 calorie.
Le Whif comes in mint, raspberry and dark chocolate flavors.
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