Taste and Aging

 

Sense of taste and aging

One often overlooked effect of aging is decreased sense of smell and taste that can lead to diminished appetite and weight loss, malnutrition, impaired immunity, and worsening health. After age 50, we start to lose some of the over 10,000 taste buds that we’re born with. While changes in taste buds contribute to decreased sense of taste, it’s actually the decreases in o...

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