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How to Get Rid of Bad Breath: 6 All-Natural Steps

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1. Skip Sugars and Grains 
The first thing we’ve got to address is getting rid of yeast and candida symptoms. You do that by following a diet that’s lower in sugar and higher in probiotic-rich foods. So if you’re consuming too many processed sugars, grains, white bread, white rice and even wheat products — grains that over time store starches, which break down into sugar — then that’s likely the biggest culprit, as yeast and candida feed off of sugar and grains.

Sugars and grains promote the action and growth of many bacteria. Eliminating or reducing your intake of sugar, sugar-laden products and grains will help to eliminate bad breath. This move can help you to lose weight and improve your overall health too.

I recommend, for a temporary period, going completely grain-free and eliminating sugar from your diet and replacing those foods with:

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  • High-protein foods
  • High-fibre foods
  • Healthy Fats
  • Probiotic-rich foods
  • Alkalizing foods

Some of the best probiotic-rich foods you can add in are things like 24 to 29-hour fermented homemade probiotic yoghurt, buying goat milk kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha and coconut kefir. Really load up on the probiotic-rich foods.

Treating candida with fermented vegetables, which are full of probiotics, allows that good bacteria help overcome the yeast and candida in your body and help balance out those microbes in your body. That’s going to help breath very, very quickly.

2. Consume More Healthy Fat
Also, make sure you’re consuming more healthy fat — that’s the healthy fat that is especially present in things like organic, virgin coconut oil — because the truth about saturated fat is that it can be beneficial.

Coconut oil contains specific types of fatty acids called medium-chain fatty acids — like lauric acid, capric acid and caprylic acid — which are antimicrobial in nature. If you have a liver or gallbladder condition, check with your doctor first before consuming more saturated fats such as coconut oil.

3. Add Supplements and Essential Oils 
The next thing you want to do is to add certain foods and supplements to your diet to help get rid of bad breath. The first is a probiotic supplement. The second thing you can do is use peppermint essential oil.

In fact, I make my own Homemade Probiotic Toothpaste with a mixture of baking soda, coconut oil and peppermint oil. Just a single drop of peppermint oil on your tongue or in your water can help freshen up your breath.

4. Eat Parsley
Another food that can really, really help in improving your breath is parsley. Parsley isn’t just a pretty garnish; it can be used to effectively treat bad breath. Part of the reason parsley benefits breath is because it’s so alkaline in nature. If you are making vegetable juice at home, consuming vegetable juice can actually help give you fresh breath if you’re using things like parsley and green leafy vegetables such as kale, spinach and Swiss chard. Also drinking cucumber and celery juice can improve breath.

Parsley is rich in chlorophyll to neutralize bad breath and acts as a deodorizer and anti-mutagen. An anti-mutagen is simply a substance that interferes with mutagen actions of a substance. Mutagen is a mutation or chemical or biological change within a substance.

If chewing on a sprig of parsley doesn’t do the trick, then consider dipping it in vinegar first. However, if you like the way mouthwash works but don’t want the associated health risks, try this all-natural remedy for bad breath: Simply boil parsley sprigs and cloves; cool and strain; then use this all-natural mouthwash daily.

5. Suck on a Lemon
Lemon and water also play important roles in getting rid of bad breath. You can suck on a lemon slice or squeeze a fresh lemon into a glass of water, and get all the benefits of lemon water. This technique is particularly effective when it comes to combating bad breath from onions, garlic, and the like. Suck on a lemon slice or squeeze a fresh lemon into a glass of water. Then simply drink the water or gargle with it. If you’re unable to do either of these, simply place a drop of lemon juice on the tip of the tongue. Lemon will stimulate saliva production which will help to combat bad breath. Having a dry mouth is commonly associated with bad breath too. This leads to the next all-natural solution for bad breath.

6. Drink Lots of Water
Having a dry mouth is commonly associated with bad breath, too. A dry mouth is a breeding ground for bacteria which produce sulfur compounds which are one of the most common causes of bad breath. Drinking at least eight, eight-ounce glasses of water per day are one of the best ways to keep these bacteria’s actions to a minimum and decrease your bad breath. Often people whose jobs are to do a lot of talking, salespeople, teachers, lawyers, find they have bad breath as a result of a dry mouth. Drink up to combat bad breath from a dry mouth.

Top Foods for Bad Breath

High fibre foods — Foods high in fibre help improve digestion and help your body expel toxins.
Water — Drink at least 8 glasses of water to flush toxins.
Parsley — This decorative green leafy vegetable is a natural breath freshener since it is high in chlorophyll.
Citrus fruits and vegetables — These provide vitamins A and C, antioxidants that are necessary for healthy teeth and gums.
Foods high in probiotics — Include kefir, natural yoghurt, amasai, kimchi or sauerkraut for natural probiotics and a healthful digestive system.

 

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