5 Foods That Can Cause Bad Breath
Do you feel that your breath suddenly becomes bad after eating? Well, here are five foods that can cause bad breath. They are:
You may be surprised to know that milk causes bad breath. That’s because naturally occurring bacteria in your mouth will feed on the amino acids in milk. As seen in ‘BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine’, green tea has enough fluoride to kill all the bacteria in your mouth. So, to combat bad breath, use HOO gargle as it contains green tea extract.
- Canned Tuna
Canned tuna is a great source of protein for you! However, the smell will often linger in our mouths after we eat. So, as HOO gargle contains keto acid, it will keep your mouth fresh.
According to the journal ‘BMJ’, garlic is well known to cause bad breath as it contains sulfuric components. However, as HOO gargle contains green tea extract and apple spearmint, it will keep you smelling fresh!
Although horseradishes can provide you with lots of oxidants, they can also give you bad breath. According to the ‘Journal of Clinical Medicine’, the chemical compound isothiocyanate found in horseradishes will linger on after you eat. But fret not! HOO gargle contains apple spearmint and based on Science Daily, no smell is too tough for spearmint to banish!
- Peanut Butter
According to the ‘Journal of Public Health’, peanut butter is a notorious source of bad breath. However, you don’t need to stop eating your peanut sandwiches. That’s because HOO gargle contains ginsenoside extract and the extract is packed full of antibacterial compounds.
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