- When you can't taste or smell food, you might as well eat healthy all the time. There's no point in ordering something that tastes good. In fact, there's no benefit to ordering any specific item except the food that logically makes sense for you to eat for your health and will satiate your hunger.
- There's also no desire to eat quickly, or eat too much. When you can't taste or smell anything, you just stop eating when your stomach indicates it doesn't need anymore food.
- And won't need any alcohol.... even without feeling a sinus headache and other symptoms that make alcohol repulsive, drinking fine wines and scotches is again, pointless!
Monday, January 21, 2008
Losing the senses of taste and smell is a great dieting technique
I can't remember ever having experienced a cold where I've completely lost the ability to taste and smell for days... except for this weekend. And I have to say, what a great way to diet!