Whether or not you have a particular person to kiss, living with bad breath is hugely uncomfortable. We can not depend on toothbrushes everywhere or mint chewing gums all day. Here I present you some simple tips to follow in your diet to always have fresh and pleasant breath:
Stay well hydrated
It sounds like a broken record, but you should drink about two liters (8 glasses) of plain water per day. Being hydrated not only makes your skin shine and your brain to work a hundred. The water that you are continually drinking throughout the day will help to remove the bacteria from the mouth so that they do not reproduce uncontrollably and keep them at bay. If it’s hard for you to drink pure water, you can use Organic Gunpowder Green Tea (Zhu Cha) and infusions without sugar.
Avoid sugars and refined flours.
Well, it’s true. Avoid them and try to include in your snacks foods with fats and protein, such as peanuts, nuts, and seeds. These two nutrients are cariostatic, that is, bacteria do not consume them.
Includes foods rich in probiotics
Many times, even if you wash your teeth and chew mint gum, bad breath does not come from the mouth, but from the stomach. Consuming foods with probiotics, such as yogurt, kefir, and kombucha, will help regulate your intestinal microbiota, not only improving your digestion but your breath.
Prefers crunchy foods
Needless to say that to always have good breath we have to eat a healthy and balanced diet, but include crispy foods, such as celery, apple, nuts, and raw carrots, mechanically help to clean your mouth.