Some of the causes and risk factors for bad breath are foods, smoking, dry mouth, medical conditions, gum disease, and sinus conditions.

One of the causes of bad breath is simply what we eat.

But it is important to recognize that bad breath in this case doesn’t come from the stomach itself because there is a one-way valve between the stomach and the esophagus that prevents that.  What happens is that the offensive gases of the stomach are borne by the bloodstream into the lungs, and so the breath becomes offensive

This doesn’t mean that eating and drinking own foods and drinks cannot give us a smelly breath — it certainly can.  But only via that circuitous route through the lungs.

So if you have bad breath in spite of the fact that you clean your teeth thoroughly, then your problem may well be the result of your eating and drinking habits.

Onions and garlic are generally regarded as being the most effective bad breath generators, especially if they are consumed in their raw state.  They affect most people.

Fewer people though are affected by dairy foods such as milk, cream, cheese, yogurt and ice cream, but these foods can cause halitosis in some people, and you could be one of them.

Even fewer people are affected by beef, mutton, chicken and fish.

Be mindful however, that bad breath that results from food and drink is generally of a temporary nature, simply because it those types of food on a continuous basis.

Don’t overlook the effects of smoking and drinking alcohol; they could easily be the cause of your problem and their effect is not temporary.

It’s a shame but Bad Breath can even affect your dating life and relationships.

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