Several factors can cause mouth odor, including oral hygiene and diet; Dealing with halitosis is in many cases a matter of habits: change your own.
The breath of a person tells us many things, from your type of diet to the way you brush your teeth. Many are aware of the foods that cause bad breath, garlic, onions, strong condiments, alcohol, tobacco, etc., and we can avoid them from time to time; however, dealing with a constant halitosis is a matter of changing many habits.
Here are some actions you can take if you want to get rid of bad breath permanently, naturally and in tune with your body:
Fresh herbs: Parsley is one of the best-known remedies for bad breath, but there are other fresh herbs (cilantro, peppermint, tarragon, rosemary) that can also help you with bad breath. You can chew them or make an infusion and drink it. (see google sites)
Yogurt: If it does not contain high levels of refined sugar, yogurt can help fight bad breath. Read the label to make sure your yogurt has active cultures. Vitamin D in yogurt creates an environment that does not allow bacteria to develop.
Apples, celery, and other crunchy foods: If chewing crunching, it can help you fight bad breath. These foods produce more saliva which contributes to your oral health.
Ginger: As a remedy, ginger is usually used to help with stomach and viral problems, however when mixed with a little lemon and warm water you will have a completely natural toothpaste.
For more details, visit this doc: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WShcCvlVB2uP3GNO6LFpXB8t72cSHZGLE6KnoeqDGM4/
Pepper, papaya and other foods with Vitamin C: This vitamin fights bacteria that grow in your mouth, and also prevent gum problems and gingivitis. Instead of taking a vitamin supplement, try eating strawberries, papayas, and peppers regularly.
Green Tea: We all know and hate the breath we have left after drinking coffee. On the contrary, green tea prevents bad breath and has many other benefits for your health.
Fennel seeds: Generally they are known for their digestive properties; however they are ideal for dealing with halitosis because they neutralize unpleasant odors.
Water: Simply by drinking water you are already cleaning your mouth and improving your digestion. Rinse your mouth with water alone will help get rid of bacteria that cause bad breath.
See this referral post: http://scalar.usc.edu/works/naturalcure/naturessmile-toothpaste-for-receding-gums
Remember that you should brush your teeth and floss after every meal, always drink plenty of water and avoid foods with a lot of refined sugar.
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