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Loss of taste

Posted Jan 28 2010 4:55pm
Loss of taste

Loss of taste

Question:

Do Cell salts restore your sense of taste?

Answer:

Hi Catherine -

Loss of taste buds are caused by numerous issues.

One of the common causes of loss of taste is typically due to being low in the mineral zinc, vitamin B12 or folic acid.

If you are exposed to cigarette smoking, this also reduces the sense of taste. Stop smoking or being exposed to smoke.

Consider taking the full amount of the US RDA of zinc. You may find a liquid zinc here:

Taking a potent vitamin b12 and folic acid formula is also highly recommended. You may find an effective B vitamin formula with folic acid here.

In terms of cell salts, it may be a deficiency in one or many of the salts. Consider taking BioPlasma each day. It is easiest to add 25 tablets of BioPlasma to a liter of water. Drink throughout the day.

For additional information on loss of taste, do read:
http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/sym/loss_of_taste.htm

Do inform your physician about your loss of taste so they may evaluate the cause.

Should you have further questions, please do ask.

In health,
Dr Ben

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