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Improve Tastebuds

You may have already noticed how different foods taste now you no longer have the bitter taste of nicotine on your tongue. Smokers have considerably fewer taste buds than non-smokers and they’re flatter too, weakening the sense. One thing that will really send your mouth wild is the introduction of acidic flavours, often found in Asian recipes containing tamarind or dishes containing pomegranate.

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Quitting smoking improves your sense of smell and food aromas contribute a lot to eating pleasure.

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