Have you ever considered the metal in your mouth causing a metallic taste?
Hulda Regerhr Clark, Ph.D., N.D. in her book
"The Cure for all Cancers"
Has some worthwhile info, though I think some of the suggestions might be a bit in left field, yet worthy of careful consideration.
Upon a visit to Loma Linda Dental School Pathology Dept. last week, it was also sugested that I have something going on in my mouth called Galvanic reaction. That is; dis-similar metals(of which I have 3 or 4) creating a continual low electrical charge.
There is a wealth of info if you look up "Galvanic."
I had lesions and lukoplakia in my mouth since 1995 and it turned to cancer in 2000. Now, it is dysplasia again and very nasty. It puzzles all the physicians! The next step is to remove all my teeth to remove all metal and bacteria cause crevices.
I really don’t think the ADA wants to acknowledge the dangers of did-similar metals in the mouth and the Amalgams
they start us out in with our first fillings.
Enjoy researching Galvanic and if you already have dentures, it is still very interesting.