olfact is sensitivity to smells right? wouldnt yummy fresh food smell good though
My olfact is very sensitive to everything really.
But what is yummy for you, may not be yummy for others, that's why some people hate one thing that others love. The things I hate to eat smell horribly to me. To the point I refuse to enter my mum's house when she's preparing/cooking some of those things. I get, literally, nauseated by their smell.
@Jess tells me that if you eat a variety of foods while being pregnant with the child in theory they could be less picky and eater and less likely to develop food allergies.
The only food "allergy" I have is to the coriander smell, which IRONICALLY, it's something that I love to eat. I love it's taste when both raw and cooked, and I happily eat it. But I have to prepare it in seconds, because its smell clogs my airways and I can't breathe at all.
My mum eats anything and everything, and was the same when pregnant with me. I do believe that though, but maybe it's not the problem with my case, since it all related to smell? It's weird.
Fun boring fact: during her pregnancy my mum craved a certain type of peach (that one that's all yellow but has a bit of orange/red) but when she was pregnant with me she couldn't get any because it was not the right season, so after I was born (April) and a couple of months later when she could buy the damn peaches she gave them to me and she always says it was like I haven't eat anything since the day I was born. I loved that shit. Still do. It's my favourite fruit of all