Want to curb cravings? Company rolls out nicotine patch style product for meat-a-holics
NEW YORK — A company is rolling out a new product to help those who are trying to give up meat — and it’s a bit unorthodox.
The “Meat Patch” is similar to a nicotine patch.
Strong Roots, the creator of the product, said they’re supposed to be worn on your arm.
The patches contain a bacon scent — released by scratching the patch.
A professor at Oxford University said studies have shown that scent can reduce food cravings — so just the aroma of bacon can reportedly leave you satisfied.
Strong Roots officials said for now, this patch is only available in the UK.
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