A contemporary analysis from the Leicester Royal Infirmary in England printed in Springer’s journal Obesity Surgery established that 97% of gastric bypass
patients surveyed noted that their senses of olfaction and taste were altered after the surgery.
73% of the patients claimed that the way that meals tasted, specifically in the way that they tasted sweet and sour food items.
Especially named were changes in the flavor of
The review also noted that 42% of the people reviewed observed changes possibly and improvement or lowering of their sense of scent.