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7 Tips To Get Rid Of Bad Breath!
Health & Fitness
Pamper the good bacteria In addition to those "bad" bacteria that cause bad breath there is good bacteria that help eliminate it. Eating probiotic yoghurt, kombucha tea and fermented sauerkraut or kimchee will help eliminate it.
The power of water Your mouth has powerful freshening powers of its own, thanks to the bacteria-fighting properties of saliva. But when we don't drink enough fluids, our mouths can get dry, providing an ideal environment for harmful bacteria to grow and thrive. Drink water after meals to help.
Zeal for zinc Ever smell a rotten egg? That's sulfur, and it's also what makes your breath smell. Volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs) are released when those "bad" bacteria break down food particles in your mouth. Zinc neutralizes VSCs so they can't cause odour.
Herbs parsley is probably the most often linked with helping to provide fresh breath, but there are other choices which can be equally as effective, including alfalfa sprouts, dandelion, dill, sage and fennel. And if munching on herbs doesn't appeal to you, spinach and nettles are as effective.
Fruits & veggies Many fruits and vegetables also contain important nutrients to help fight off illnesses that can promote bad breath. When selecting produce, make sure that you select organic fruits and vegetables to increase the health benefits and avoid ingestion of harmful chemicals.
Get enough C
Eating foods high in vitamin C like citrus fruits, berries, peppers and melon helps create a mildly acidic environment which is inhospitable to the bacteria that cause bad breath. Vitamin C can also help prevent gum disease and plaque buildup which can also contribute to halitosis.