6 Foods That Help You Say
Goodbye to Bad Breath
Bacteria don’t like yogurt, which is
why eating a daily dose of yogurt will
create unfavorable conditions for
bacteria inside your mouth.
Green tea is more than delicious; it’s
also a bacteria-battling force.
Drinking it often reduces the
likelihood of bacteria
If you notice that your breath is a
little bit stinky, you can pop some
coriander, spearmint, tarragon,
eucalyptus, or rosemary in your
mouth and, presto, that foul smell
will be replaced by the pleasing
aroma of fresh herbs.
If there is a vitamin in the world
that halitosis doesn’t like, it’s
Vitamin D. If you really want to
protect yourself from bad breath,
eat foods that are loaded with it,
including yogurt, cheese and milk
Berries and citrus
In addition to Vitamin D, bad
breath doesn’t like vitamin C. So
make sure to load up on berries
and citrus fruits
Crunchy, fiber-rich foods help
remove bacteria-laden plaque
from your teeth. So crunch away!