My tast started changing about 2 years ag. First it was salt things just became unbearable salty. I thought that had goten better. But i learned i just adjusted to it. When othwrs who eaten my. Cooken claim i idnt know what salt was lol. Then came my aversion to the tast of meat. Knowing i was allergic to dairy i knew i neededto discover anoher way to eat. I went online an learned about vegan an well this is where i set.an over time have noticed more an more changes. My pallatte for flavors have become more sinsative. Spicy is painful where as befor it was spicy now that has maganfied. An it goes on with other flavors.
Michele, co- team-Leader of Vegan Fitness an Nutrition. : +)
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I found that I was able to taste subtle flavors and sweet things I loved were too sweet after a while. I also eat things that I would never had eaten a couple of years ago. When I switched over to cleaner eating I also noticed that my tongue was nice and pink.
Definitely! My tongue also lost that white pasty glaze from fat since detoxing on my juice feast. Once i start back eating i am for certain 100% raw organic vegan and 80/10/10. No wonder so many raw vegans fail. They are eating way too much fat. Raw fat is still fat!
I'm curious if anyone else has experience in taste bud changes since changing their diet. I am noticing more subtle flavors. For example, the super sweetness of an almond (maybe I just got a really good one), broccoli has become very sweet, and I am much more sensitive to salt (bleh). Fruits are not just tasting sweet to me anymore; they are very distinct. I tend to be oversensitive to smells anyway, but I am wondering if my diet is affecting my taste buds too.
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