Is your tongue red?
29 Aug 11
Maybe our taste buds are already damaged that is why most tongues are not red. I just remember i heard it from a seminar on a certain food supplement. We have to take food supplements specifically anti-oxidants in order to remove all the toxins in our bodies which removal may return the cleanliness of our body systems.
30 Aug 11
I see many people with a white or grey tongues so if it comes to damaged taste buds this might be a good reason. Who knows for the colour also. I guess the fast food industry, but also meat etc add a lot to the food that might damage your taste buds. Might be hard to remove all the toxins (you also get them out of the air, from medication etc etc). I wonder how much suppplement you have to take to get rid of all the toxin in the body and what time that may take.
30 Aug 11
I don't think that tongues should be red. Even babies don't have red tongue. Mines pink, lighter and darker in come areas. I agree with the other comment, if anyone will like to make their tongue red then they can eat beet roots but that will also make you teeth red which is a pain to get rid of.