Restore Your Sense of Smell
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Here’s what recent research has to say about restoring your sense of smell.
0:00 Restoring sense of smell
0:16 New research on restoring the sense of smell
2:12 Intranasal insulin spray
2:40 What to do for a loss of smell
3:14 How to restore insulin resistance
4:09 Share your success story!
Today I want to go over some interesting new research on restoring sense of smell. Some interesting data states that insulin is needed to repair olfactory neurons. The olfactory neurons have to do with your receptors for smell, and if damaged, this can affect your ability to taste. If you can’t smell, you can’t taste too well.
Another interesting thing is that the highest density and the highest concentration of insulin receptors in the brain are in the olfactory regions. Insulin has a huge role in the recovery of neurons after an injury. If there is not enough insulin available, you could have a hard time recovering from any type of injury to these neurons.
This is why a prediabetic or diabetic may have more of a loss of smell after damaging those neurons than someone who doesn’t have a problem with insulin. Even people with insulin resistance may have this problem.
Insulin resistance is very common. With insulin resistance, this means you could have an insulin deficiency in certain parts of the body, as well as excess insulin. As far as the neurons in the olfactory area in your sinuses, you could be very deficient in insulin if you have insulin resistance.
It turns out that the use of intranasal spray (spraying insulin into the sinuses) caused an immediate improvement in the sense of smell and smell differentiation.
There are many different things you can do for a loss of smell. But, restoring insulin resistance, so you have enough insulin to help repair these neurons may be the most important thing to do.
How to restore insulin resistance:
• Go on a low-carb diet
• Do intermittent fasting (at least 18 hours a day)
• Take apple cider vinegar before bed (2 tbsp. in water)
• Regular exercise
• Take vitamin D (at least 10,000 IUs per day)
• Get potassium (from a supplement or from food)
• Get vitamin B1
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