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September 15, 2017

Hi everyone,

Have your food tastes changed over time? Perhaps you like spicy food or pineapple on pizza when you didn't before. A new study suggests it could be because of your partner. Researchers found that the longer a couple has been together, the more likely they are to share the same taste preferences. It's not yet clear why, but it could be that after sharing meals (and restaurants) for so long, couples begin to prefer the same foods.

Are there any foods you used to hate that you now love? Let us know at health@time.com.

Be well,

Alexandra Sifferlin
TIME Health Writer

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