5 foods to prevent bad breath
So you’re at a lunch meeting with a potential employer and the lunch is going to turn into an interview. If you don’t have an opportunity to run to the restroom to brush your teeth after the meal, the following are five tips to help you choose a meal selection that will keep your breath fresh.
Bad breath results from two key issues: oral hygiene and gastrointestinal health. Basically this means that breath odors originate not just inside the mouth but also from your digestive tract. The culprit in both cases is largely bacteria. Doctors will tell you that if you have bad breath, you should first make sure you are eating right (getting a balanced diet of protein, carbs, lots of fruits and veggies and plenty of fluids to keep the GI tract healthy) and brushing and flossing after every meal. But that still doesn’t mean you might not be offending your friends and co-workers after lunch.
5 Foods to Prevent Bad Breath – [MSN Health]
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