When a person has fecal breath or body odor, the first thing I assess is whether they are emptying their bowels every single day. You should be having at one, preferably two, bowel movements each day. If you are going days between bowel movements, that’s like going days without managing your household garbage. When your bowels don’t move daily, toxins are reabsorbed and circulate through your body. Foul-smelling breath and body odor are just two of the results of the delayed bowel movements.
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If you are not moving your bowels frequently enough, I recommend cleaning out your intestinal tract. There are several steps you can take to increase the frequency of your bowel movements and manage foul odor, including:
- Drink lots of water. Don’t drink water with your meals, but throughout your day.
- Consider doing a liver and gallbladder cleansing.
- Undergo a course of CanXida Remove and CanXida Restore for at least one month.
- Bathe twice a day, once when you get up and once in the evening.
- Use tea tree oil to clean yourself
- Make changes to your diet: Look to the Candida Crusher diet for guidelines. I suggest avoiding red meat (including pork) and focusing on eating plenty of greens along with chicken or fish. Green smoothies made with spirulina or chlorophyll are also helpful. I also recommend eating a Granny Smith apple daily.
- Stop drinking alcohol.
Foul breath and body odor are signs that your gut is not functioning well. As always, investigate the possible causes of your digestive problems (e.g., constipation) and then treat accordingly.