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Looking For An Effective Bad Breath Remedy?

Steve Searls asked:

Bad breath is definitely a problem that everyone wants to get rid of. If you’re trying to find new creative ways to eliminate bad breath throughout the day, there are several things you can do to make sure that your mouth is clean and fresh through a hectic work day or stressful day at school. Here are some suggestions for a bad breath remedy that may help.

One of the first things you should pay attention to is your diet. Be aware of the things that you eat, and how clean your mouth feels after you have eaten. For instance, if you eat food with high fat content and low fiber content, it is likely that bacteria will fester in your mouth for a longer period of time-which means Mom was right when she told you to eat your vegetables. Keep your diet filled with green leafy vegetables in order to increase your fiber intake and remove toxins from the body; this will help to get your breath fresher longer, and you’ll feel better too.

You should also try out a few natural sources as a bad breath remedy. For example, squeezing a lemon wedge into some distilled water and sipping on it through the day will help to clean out the colon and give you fresher breath. Oftentimes, intestinal problems can be the source of bacteria buildup in the mouth, so if you are continually ridding the body of impurities, you will be able to sustain fresh breath all day without using gums or mints in excess. Chewing parsley after a meal is also a good idea if you are trying to maintain fresh breath throughout the day; the chlorophyll and fiber in parsley help to nullify bacteria from the mouth and give it a fresh minty feel.

In addition to these things, you can also be sure to have few mints or sticks of gum with you throughout the day in order to have a definite fresh scent in your mouth. You can find mints that have natural peppermints or lavender oils in them, so the scent will last longer, and you should stay away from mints or gums with an extremely high sugar content; after the sugar is dissolved in the mouth, it can give off a sour smell. Brushing your teeth after every meal is also a great way to make sure that your mouth is pleasantly scented after you’ve eaten something with a strong scent. Increased water intake is also a good way to remedy bad breath.

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