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Bad Breath
 
Mouth odour can indicate a dental problem such as rotting teeth or a build-up of plaque. A trip to the dentist should solve
that as will regular brushing, flossing and tongue scraping.




If dental problems have been ruled out look to your stomach as inadequate digestion could be to blame.

Not chewing food properly or insufficient digestive enzymes can impact on the efficiency of your digestive system, especially as you get older, so consider digestive supplements such as betaine hydrochloride, papain or bromelain.

If your liver has taken a beating over the years through too much alcohol then it may not be functioning as well as it might do, in which case supplements of milk thistle, artichoke and dandelion will improve its function.

It could be that your smelly breath is simply down to the food you eat, for example you may love lots of garlic but people won't love you for eating it.

Try cutting down or chewing parsley or anise seeds - natural breath fresheners.


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