why does a piece of chapati chewed for a longer time tastes sweet?

The piece of chapati tastes sweet as the saliva secreted by our salivary glands breaks down the starch into simple sugars which makes it taste sweet.

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The chapati tastes sweeter after chewing it for some time because the saliva secreted from the salivary glands, contains an enzyme, called amylase, which breaks starch present in the chapati into sugars
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The chappati.tastes sweet because the saliva produced by the salivary glands makes the starch content(carbohydrate) into sugar.
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Since chapati is a carbohydrate (starch) the saliva breaks Down the starch into simple sugars so if we check the chapati for a long time would taste sweet
This is the first step of digestion in humans
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as saliva converts starch to sugar
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because saliva enzyme breakdown glucose in chapati
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When chapati is chewed for some time it taste sweeter because, as you know chapati is carbohydrates and it presents starch. When salivary gland secrets saliva, then it breaks carbohydrates into simple glucose that is heroes. It is generally food in our body by hydrolysis of starch.
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The pieces of chapatti tastes sweet as the saliva secreted by our salivary glands breaks down the starch into simple sugars which makes it taste sweet.
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Our saliva contains the enzyme called " amylase".
When we chew food, amylase acts on starch and converts into SUGARS which tastes sweet.
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Starch is converted to sugar 😃😊thumbz up guys
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it tastes sweet because of the saliva secreted from salivr glands
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The piece of chapati tastes sweet as the saliva secreted by our salivary glands breaks down the starch into simple sugars which makes it taste sweet.
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