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Foods to Eat Whenever You Can to Hide Halitosis


Posted on 1/20/2020 by Office - Boone DMD
Foods to Eat Whenever You Can to Hide HalitosisHalitosis is a condition of perpetual bad breath, and many different factors can lead to it. Many people suffering from Halitosis also suffer from other oral complications, and Halitosis is just a side effect of the other conditions.

Oral disease, diet, and some medical conditions can cause Halitosis. If you suffer from Halitosis, there is a way to combat it using everyday foods.

Many people recognize apples as a healthy food, but did you know apples can also help cure bad breath? Apples work in two ways to stop bad breath. The first way apples stop bad breath is their crunchy texture. Fruits and vegetables with crunchy textures help to remove bacteria inside your mouth because they act similar to how toothbrushes work.

Similar to how a toothbrush is abrasive, crunchy apples can help scrape bacteria from the surfaces of the teeth. The second reason apples can help with bad breath is their ability to freshen breath. Apples contain a chemical that helps reduce bad smells in the mouth.

Drink Green Tea

Another thing that can help with halitosis is green tea. Green tea contains a chemical known as catechin. This chemical helps fight bacteria in the mouth by killing it. Drinking green tea is also beneficial to your health in other ways. It's full of antioxidants, which can help fight against cancer. If you're caffeine intolerant, green tea is a great way to start your morning as it's low in caffeine!

While suffering from halitosis may not seem like that big of a deal, it should cause concern about your oral health. Halitosis is an indication that your oral health isn't doing so great. If your halitosis lasts more than a few days, it could be a sign of gum disease or other serious illnesses. If you've been suffering from halitosis, please give our office a call. We will help you find the source of your halitosis.
Margaret A. Boone, DMD
30485 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 203
Wilsonville, OR 97070

(503) 601-0610
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