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Funny Taste Kit

Reduce Taste Sensations Caused By Chemo

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About Funny Taste Kit

While undergoing cancer treatment, it is quite common to have an altered sense of taste. This side-effect can be quite unpleasant and lead to nausea and a loss of apetite.

The products in this kit are handpicked to help tackle the metallic taste and give you some inspiration with nutritious recipes and tips.

  • The Royal Marsden Cancer Cookbook is published by Dr Clare Shaw from the Royal Marsden hospital. It is full of delicious recipes designed for cancer patients.
  • The Bamboo Cutlery is ideal to help reduce the metallic taste often experienced when using normal cutlery.
  • The Gin Gins Ginger Chews are spicy ginger chews that remove any other taste from your mouth and reduce nausea.


Ginger Chews: Ginger (8%), cane sugar, tapioca starch.

How do I use it?

Ginger Chews: Eat when desired or add a few pieces to hot water to make a pleasant drink 

Customer Reviews

  1. Bamboo Cutlery

    L.P. NorrisTuesday, 24 May 2016

    What a novel way for avoiding the unpleasant taste that you can experience with normal cutlery. Looks nice in the kitchen too, almost ornamental!

  2. Ginger Chews

    Mrs. S.S.Tuesday, 24 May 2016

    If you like ginger you'll love these! I bought them to help me with nausea and after chewing on one the nausea was gone almost immediately and they have a yummy spicey hot ginger flavour. My only issue is that eventually they'll be all gone!

  3. Royal Marsden Cookbook

    L E E.Tuesday, 24 May 2016

    The Cancer Cookbook is a versitle collection of recipes specifically designed to meet the needs of the person with cancer, whatever their nutritional needs may be. These recipes can be adapted to make them healthier or they can be fortified in order to add what may be much needed energy and protein when appetite is reduced. The book also provides advice about nutrition and plenty of ideas to help with what can often be a very challenging symptoms, and the pictures are so beautiful they will inspire you to cook recipes that will appeal to the whole family. I would recommend this book to anyone with or recovering from cancer.