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Does low carbing change your tastebuds?

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ridingsixwhitehorses Sun 12-Jun-16 09:39:52

Been doing it for three weeks. Lost half a stone. Gone off tea and alcohol - they just don't taste nice (wine and g&t). Is this normal? (Obv alcohol isn't low carb but have had two nights out where I decided to have some and just didn't taste nice).

ridingsixwhitehorses Tue 14-Jun-16 17:08:27

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oldlaundbooth Tue 14-Jun-16 17:09:51

It's because your body is getting used to less sugar.

Different things will taste sweet i.e. broccoli and almonds.

idontlikealdi Tue 14-Jun-16 17:10:52

Did for me - can't drink Diet Coke at all now, or low fat yogurt like Miller light.

Still like ginsmile

StuntNun Wed 15-Jun-16 07:12:07

Funnily I do like Diet Coke now when I couldn't stand it before. I think it's because my tastebuds are so overwhelmed by the sweetness that I can't detect the aftertaste any more. It's not great for you because of the artificial sweeteners but I have it instead of an alcoholic drink sometimes as the lesser of two evils.

supersoftcuddlytoys Wed 15-Jun-16 07:18:54

Well done OP......Happy for you....Yes that's quite normal. I find almost all fruit incredibly sweet nowadays and strangely chocolate tastes really gloopy and horrid to me. Even the expensive, dark varieties that I always had big a fistful of every night. I Atkinsed about 5 years ago and lost a ton of blubber. ...

SlipperyLizard Thu 16-Jun-16 18:35:08

I made chilli con carne the other night and it tasted sweet - I thought I had added sugar not salt, but I hadn't.

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