Cancer: An aversion to four foods could be premonitory of cancer – 'alarming early sign'


Normal enjoyment of eggs, however, returned months after treatment, noted Doctor Brewin.“Loss of [the] normal flavour made cheese completely unpalatable for five years before the diagnosis of Stage IIB carcinoma of the cervix and for three years before a diagnosis of inoperable lung cancer,” he added.

Once again here, the normal taste was restored after the completion of radiotherapy.

He added that “a man of 44 years of age, who said that eating cheese had become like eating chewing gum”, also found relief from his symptoms after undergoing therapy.

Finally, frequent reports about the taste of tea becoming “most unpleasant” were made over the course of the study.


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