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What is the True Root Cause of Stinking Bad Breath?

Jeremy Carew-Reid asked:

Do you suffer from embarrassing, rotten smelling, stinking bad breath?

If you do and if you want to learn how to eliminate your bad breath from the very root cause then this article will be the most important piece of knowledge you will ever read.

Bad breath can have a huge impact on your self confidence and shatter your love life. It can be devastating to feel rejection simply due to your bad breath. It is something no one ever wants to ever suffer.

And worse still it is estimated that eighty five percent of people around the world suffer from bad breath. That is a big problem.

Now the sad news is that most of these people try short term band aid solutions to treat their bad breath and they fail to cure the root cause of their problem. So they unfortunately have to continue to suffer.

But the good news is there is a way to eliminate bad breath by simply addressing the root cause. The true root cause of bad breath is not really known to most people, major drug companys that sell millions of bad breath products will not teach you the true root cause of bad breath because they actually want the problem to continue because that is how they make their money. Their products usually just mask or suppress the smell of bad breath but these chemical based products can never truly eliminate the true root cause.

So what is the true root cause of bad breath you ask?

The answer is one word.

Toxins.

Toxins are foul smelling, sticky substances that cause disease in humans and cause the foul stench of bad breath to form in your mouth.

Toxins form in your body by external and internal means.

Internally toxins form from a weakened digestive system. When your digestive system becomes imbalanced your digestive fire becomes weak and the food you eat is not digested properly, this becomes a breeding ground for toxins to form. These toxins get deposited in your mouth and digestive system.

The smell from these toxins is the root cause of your bad breath. These foul smelling toxins cause a stench to arise from your stomach and intestines out of your mouth.

Toxins in your body are indicated by a white coating on your tongue first thing in the morning, foul smelling stools that sink rather then float plus a list of other signs and symptoms.

So now you know the true root cause of bad breath but now another question arises. You ask so how can I eliminate toxins so I can remove the root cause of my bad breath.

Well to do that you need to.

One. Remove toxins from your mouth.

Two. Remove toxins from your digestive tract.

In my ebook Bad breath to sweet breath at my website.

I have devoted an entire section to teaching you how to remove toxins from your mouth and digestion. And since I can not fit all of it into this article, I will just cover the basics here.

To remove toxins from your mouth and digestion you need to detoxify your entire body. Now to know how to do this effectively requires unique, very powerful medical knowledge. This knowledge is only found in the 5007 year old healing science known as ayurvedic medicine.

I am a fully qualified healer in ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic medicine is the oldest and most effective natural medical system on earth. Ayurvedic medicine has a perfect system for eliminating toxins that no other natural healing system on earth offers. Let me describe to you some secrets from this medicine to help you remove toxins.

Your first step to removing toxins involves simply doing a one, two or three day fast. Fasting is one of natures most powerful secrets for eliminating toxins. But to fast correctly you need to know some important knowledge. There is a safe correct way to fast and an incorrect unsafe way to fast. I cover all this in detail on in my ebook.

During your fast you need to take a special herbal formula that will literally burn away and digest toxins that cause bad breath. You also need to take certain toxin eliminating liquids that also help to destroy toxins. And you need to use a special herbal mouth wash so you can start extracting toxins lodged from your mouth, plus other secrets.

After fasting you need to consume a special detoxification diet to really get to the root cause of removing toxins deep within your body and cells.

Then after you have detoxified your body you need to do the ayurvedic rejuvenating and preventative program. These are vitally important steps that must be done after detoxification to renew all your bodys tissues.

Some incredible thing happens when you start to eliminate toxins from your body. You lose weight, your body smells nice, people become more attracted to you, you feel happier, you look years younger and most importantly you remove stinking bad breath permanently.

Truly bad breath can be eliminated if you put this system into practice. It is unlike anything else, it is unique knowledge only contained in the 5007 year old natural healing system of ayurvedic medicine.

In my bad breath ebook I devote chapter after chapter to just the subject of detoxification. I break it down in a simple, step-by-step way and tell you exactly what you have to do to eliminate toxins from your body so you can rid yourself from the curse of bad breath.

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Bad Breath Causes or Why Are People Avoiding Me?

Steve Searls asked:

Halitosis, commonly referred to as bad breath, happens for various reasons, so you may not be sure of what to do to treat the condition. However, halitosis is much easier to resolve than you think, so you’ll most likely have all you need to stop bad breath in your home or medicine cabinet. Here are a few of the usual reasons why people develop halitosis, along with some suggestions for getting rid of bad breath.

One of the more common reasons for halitosis is the eating of foods with strong odors. If you eat eggs, garlic, or onion often, it is pretty likely that these smells remain on your breath long before your meal is finished. So, you should be sure that you clean your mouth after eating a meal with these ingredients, since the odor is so hard to eliminate of. You may also want to avoid foods with strong odors if you know you are going to have to socialize with people in close range (i.e. a date or a business meeting).

If you are on any medication, you may suffer halitosis as well, so you should talk to your doctor concerning ways to avoid the condition. Antihistamines, which are forms of medication giving to individuals with allergies, can cause halitosis because of their drying properties. When the mouth does not have sufficient saliva, bacteria can remain in the mouth for longer periods of time, causing an odor that may be more difficult to get rid of. Some antidepressant drugs can have the same effect, so in order to avoid halitosis, it’s best to speak to your doctor about different medication options.

Several internal conditions can also cause halitosis. For instance, if you have liver or kidney problems, you may want to speak to your doctor about ways you can remove the sulfurous taste in your mouth, and you can drink additional amounts of water to rid your mouth of a the sugary odor that may exist as a result of diabetes. If you believe you may have these conditions, or think that halitosis may be a warning sign for any type of disease, be sure to see your doctor right away.

No matter what the source of your halitosis, making some lifestyle changes will eventually help you to get rid of the condition, and you won’t have to worry about it returning-if you stay consistent with your new regimen. One of the first things you should do is to assure that your mouth is clean at all times; that means brushing after every meal, rinsing with an antiseptic mouthwash, and flossing at least twice a day. You should also make sure that you replace your toothbrush every 6 weeks or so to avoid bacteria buildup. Eating lots of raw foods with high water content, and drinking lots of water every day will also help you to cleanse bacteria and impurities from the mouth so that you can avoid halitosis all day.

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Bad Breath- How to Get Rid of Bad Breath during Ramadan

Kelvin Ho asked:

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is a very sacred time for Muslims, and to honor Allah, it is a time for fasting. During the entire month, Muslims will eat no food and drink no water during the day time, and then in the evening, they will have a small meal while they are conversing with friends and family called Sehri. Although this is a very sacred time for most Muslims, a common complaint during fasting is bad breath or halitosis.

Fasting and bad breath during Ramadan may come hand in hand, and a lot of this has to do with the dryness of the mouth during the fast. This is not unexpected. With no food and water, your salivary glands are not producing enough saliva to keep your breath fresh. Naturally, this results in bad breath.

There are many ways to deal with fasting and bad breath during Ramadan without crossing any line. First of all, the main thing you need to do is to continue to brush your teeth normally. Just be absolutely sure that you don’t swallow anything. Even if you’re not eating during the day, you should still brush your teeth when you wake up like you always would. You then want to brush them after eating at Sehri. Some Muslims recommend using a Siwak or tooth stick to keep the mouth fresh and clean during Ramadan.

There are other things that you can do as well. Often, having a dry mouth can cause bad breath. During Sehri, if you drink 2 to 3 glasses of water, it should help with this. Drinking plenty of water will help keep your mouth from drying out, and causing bad breath. It may also help keep you hydrated during the next day. You should also remember to floss between your teeth as part of your normal dental hygiene routine. Mouthwash is acceptable for Ramadan as well, since you are not actually swallowing anything. However, you should stay away from alcohol based mouthwashes since they can dry the mouth out more and make the problem worse.

To summarize, remember to brush your teeth normally during Ramadan, floss, use mouthwash or a Siwak, and remember to drink plenty of water. Following these tips will help you avoid bad breath during Ramadan or other fasting times.

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9 Great Tips On How To Combat Bad Breath

Susan Jan asked:

Millions of people all over the world suffer from bad breath or halitosis. Bad breath can badly affect your social life, your career prospects and even your self-esteem.

The main cause usually stems from poor dental hygiene, and also from bacteria that comes from left over food particles in the mouth. Strong smelling foods or items such as garlic and onion, alcohol and smoking, also contribute to bad breath.

Conventional remedies for halitosis include:

Brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day. Make sure to also brush the gums, the tongue, roof of the mouth, and inside of the cheeks. After you eat, make sure to rinse out left over food particles in your mouth. Avoid strong smelling items such as coffee, alcohol or smoking.

Other than these common remedies, natural remedies such as a well balanced diet also helps, as a healthy digestive system reduces the level of odor-causing bacteria in your body:

Gum disease causes bad breath. Taking vitamin C helps protect and heal your gums from damage and disease. Vitamin C is plentiful in strawberry, cabbage, orange, red pepper and kiwi fruit. Eating food rich in acidophilus such as yogurt helps to balance the bacteria in the intestine to a healthy level and thus reduce halitosis. Eating food that fights plague build-up also helps fight foul breath, such as cheese, peanut, celery and carrot. Eating less meat and more fiber such as vegetables and fruits help temporarily mask bad breath. Snack on fresh raw vegetables and fruits such as parsley, celery, carrot apple and pear. Parsley is effective because it contains chlorophyll, a chemical found in plants that is considered to be a natural breath freshener. Eat food rich in fiber to fight constipation. Your body absorbs a large amount of bacteria from a meat-laden diet. Fiber helps promote regular bowel movements that remove these toxins from your body that cause bad smelling breath. Food rich in fiber include pea, dried bean, brown rice, prune, fig, and wheat product. Drink a lot of liquids, at least eight cups of water each day, to keep your mouth hydrated, as saliva is a natural antibacterial and helps flush down food particles in your mouth.

Thus, maintaining a balanced diet is an effective way to ensure good bodily health, helps eliminate bad breath and keeps your breath smelling sweet.

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Finding the Right Bad Breath Remedy

RAYMOND NWAMBUONWO asked:

What is more embarrassing in life than having bad breath? The sufferers are always on the lookout for the one bad breath solution that can cure them and make things immediately better for them, but bad breath remedies are not easy to find.

Since you are on the lookout for the perfecf solution that can work for you, the best place to start is definitely the doctor. Your doctor will give you more information on what type of remedy is best for you, and also give much more solid advice than anybody else out there because they know the inn’s and outs of your body better than anybody else.

Here is a remedy or two for your own personal use. Whether or not they work for you, is really up to you, but it is important to make sure that you are doing everything you can to find the right bad breath remedy for yourself, to make sure that you’re able to have close encounters with people in a comfortable way.

First tip drink more water! Usually the number one cause of bad breath, outside of neglecting to properly brush and floss teeth is a dry mouth. If you do not drink adequate water, chances are that your stinking breath is due to the lack of moisture in your mouth, so be sure to check that out. It is very important to drink enough water for many reasons but stink breath is only one of them.

If you can not appreciate lifting a glass of water to your lips, try eating more fruit. Most fruits are packed with water and a good way to get extra water in the body. Eating lots of fruits is also a good way of altering your diet to cure your bad breath as well, which leads to another remedy.

Alter the way you eat. Consuming too much meat and very little fresh fruits and vegetables, could be part of the factors to blame for your bad breath. Try eating more fresh food and less protein is a great bad breath remedy that really works for many people, particularly those who already brush and floss on a regular basis and do not seem to have a problem drinking enough water or getting enough moisture into the body.

Get off the steak bandwagon and have a salad instead. It is a bad breath solution, and one that works. Please just try it and see. It is much easier to cure than you think.

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