REASONS FOR GETTING SWEETNESS AFTER EATING GOOSEBERRY:
The reason can be made out with the outcomes of chemistry and the method of digesting the food. The sour taste of gooseberry comes out of some acids containing vitamin-c there is 625 milligram vitamin-c in 100 gram gooseberries.
The chemical product of vitamin-c and sugar will be more or less the same. As vitamin-c soluble in water and induces the sensors of sweet taste, it is sweet. The enzyme in the saliva breaks the vitamin –c acid and converts it into sugar which is known as Glucose.