1. Use liquid chlorophyll
Chlorophyll is produced by plants for photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is also believed to have a neutralizing effect symptoms such as bad breath and body on your body. Chlorophyll acts as a deodorant, reduces the aroma in the mouth and throat and help the digestive process, which can sometimes be the cause of bad breath.
The product is quite expensive these are available at various pharmacies and are often sold in containers with a little mint oil mixture that is fresher breath.
Add one tablespoon of chlorophyll with eight ounces of water and gargle with the liquid for 30 seconds, then remove. Spinach, celery and green plants also contain chlorophyll so try adding these ingredients into your food to cope with the symptoms of bad breath.
2. Reduce sulfur
Not sugar, milk, garlic and onions, or coffee that makes your breath smell. What makes bad breath is bacteria in the mouth.
As with any materials that contain acids, food digestion process requires a long and difficult will result in an environment in the mouth and your stomach is overgrown by bacteria. The bacteria that produce sulfur that accumulates until the food runs out digest.
A review reveals the influence of food on gastrointestinal health, not surprisingly, found plenty of evidence that not only the health of the mouth, digestive diseases also affect bad breath. That is another reason why keeping your digestive health is important.
If you do not wash your mouth can reduce bad breath, you should look at your diet more carefully. To eliminate bad breath, the consumption of foods containing alkali (try the fibrous foods and green vegetables), while reducing the consumption of acidic foods such as sugar, milk, wheat, and refined foods. Finally, include fiber supplement once or twice a day to keep your breath.
3. Keep your gums healthy
There are several compounds that work to stabilize the collagen in the gums and make gums healthy, including vitamin C and coenzyme Q10. Chronic bad breath with gum disease is a sign of a deficiency of vitamin C. Vitamin C can prevent ulcers and gingivitis by producing an environment that can prevent the bacteria to grow.
Visit your dentist regularly to maintain your oral health, I recommend adding a 2000 to 3000 mg of vitamin C per day (if you have diarrhea, stay only reduce the dose) and 100 mg of coenzyme Q10.
4. Digestive supplements
What comes out of your mouth can be directly linked to what happens in it. More specifically, how you digest food. A study in 2010 showed that probiotics work in improving oral halitosis and also showed it can reduce the likelihood of bleeding gums.
A similar study also suggests probiotics may help reduce tooth decay by increasing the level of salivary and plaque index increases. “International Journal of Contemporary Dentistry” demonstrate the utility of probiotics in the cavities and tooth decay and oral infections and found that probiotics can improve oral health.
I recommend adding digestive enzymes to each meal to increase decomposition and nutrient absorption, and a high-quality probiotic to take one to two capsules per day containing 14 trillion cells in an empty stomach. You also need to eat more yogurt to get the effect of probiotics.
5. Check the acidity of the stomach
Reasonable level of stomach acidity is technically referred to as acid hidrokloris, it is essential that the digestive system function properly. Hidrokloris acids that activate the enzymes that break down food into small particles that can be absorbed.
Low stomach acid levels result in inflammation of the lining of the stomach. Demonstrate how your diet from day to day, poor digestion and poor absorption of nutrients that will make you susceptible to gastrointestinal diseases also health conditions.
Normal gastric acidity helps keep the digestive system free of bacteria, fungi and parasites. With low levels of acidity and foods are difficult to digest, the bacteria are difficult to grow in the stomach or intestines, and reduces disruption to the process of digestion and absorption of nutrients, fats and carbohydrates. And you can imagine the effect on bad breath.
I recommend all my patients to start a new program, HCL Challenge. You can find your breath and improves digestion.
6. Clean your intestines from harmful bacteria
Helicobacter pylori is a type of bacteria that tend to be in the stomach with a low level of acid, the bacteria can also cause bad breath. Helicobacter pylori tend to reduce gastric acidity, therefore precautions do.
The entry of these bacteria increase the visibility of other unwanted organisms in the stomach and small intestine, associated with Helicobacter pylori and even heart disease, red patches on the skin, asthma and chronic headaches or migraines. If you have reflux symptoms than bad breath, I recommend to ask your health care professional conduct bacterium Helicobacter pylori.
Some treatment options may include berberine, spice oils, hidrokloris acid supplements taken with food, and digestive enzymes (including pancreatic enzymes, enzymes derived from vegetables, papaya, bromelain or pepsin) taken with food. Enlist the help of your nutritionist to determine the best move.