bobsport3311 karma2021-09-02 17:10:45 UTC
Interesting. Makes sense, as meat doesnt always sit well when I eat it.
Follow up question if you're able to: What can a person in my situation do to explore new foods? Such as find what sensations and flavors I do enjoy (or don't so I know to avoid them). I'll be honest, at this point trying new foods scares the hell out of me. People telling me "go into it with an open mind" is just about the only suggestion I get. I know it's more psychological to me at this point, but I can't keep eating the same 3-5 foods my entire life, so I am looking for where to start exploring.
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bobsport339 karma2021-09-02 17:32:57 UTC
Thank you very much for your time!
bobsport338 karma2021-09-02 16:41:12 UTC
Have you ever heard of somebody not eating meat and vegetables in their diet? My diet mostly consists of peanut butter, pizza, and french fries. Not kidding. I have sensory issues to some foods like noodles (they make me gag), but other foods just dont have great taste to me. I am 28 years old and been this way my entire life. Wondering if I'm just a weird example or if there's other people you've come across with this same issue.
bobsport332 karma2021-09-03 15:38:58 UTC
Never even once worried about it to be honest. I drink Ensure and take iron supplements for general vitamins. I do eat some fruits but I dont really go out of my way for them. Watermelon, apples, and bananas are about it.
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