When you have cold, your sinuses are likely to be filled and the air with the aroma can't get past the sinus. This deprives you the sense of smell.
So most of your sense of taste is gone along with your sense of smell.
An onion, apple and potato all have the same taste. The differences in flavor are caused by their smell. Got it?
When one suffers from cold there is congestion and hence obstruction of the nasal cavity. This prevents the odoriferous chemicals of food from access to the smell areas of nose. This lack of smell stimulus together with sight of food gets percieved by the body as lack of taste.
passages. That makes it hard to smell anything. The taste of foods is mostly determined by the scent of it. Our tongue can decipher between 5 different types of taste, while our nose can
distinguish thousands of different smells.
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