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Some people with cancer find that their taste changes, although this is usually temporary.
They may no longer enjoy certain foods, find that all foods taste the same, or notice a metallic taste in their mouth. Occasionally, they can’t taste anything at all.
If your taste changes, here are some tips for making your food more enjoyable:
You may find it helpful to read our recipes section|. It has information and tips on meals that are easy to prepare, tasty and nutritious.
Content last reviewed: 1 April 2012
Next planned review: 2014
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