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How To Cope With Changes In Taste

If You Have A "Cotton Mouth" Feeling

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If you have a "cotton mouth" feeling, try sour tasting foods and liquids.  They can stimulate your taste buds and increase saliva production. For example:

  • Drink 
    • Cranberry or cranapple juice
    • Grapefruit or orange juice
    • lemonade or iced tea
  • Food
    • Pickles
    • Plain yogurt
    • Sour cream
    • Sweet and sour sauce

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