A Candida cleanse can freshen the breath by helping to clean up the gut. When the number of harmful bacteria in your GI tract is brought down, the breath definitely smells sweeter.
Always remember this: sugar supercharges anaerobic bacteria in the mouth. If you regularly put sugar in your mouth (e.g., candy bars, mints, gum, etc.), you will have pretty stinky breath. The bacteria that create bad breath are called anaerobic bacteria, and they thrive on sugar.
If you want sweet-smelling breath, you want to focus on fresh foods, berries, vegetables, brown rice, lean meats, and fresh water. Coffee, tea, alcohol, sugar, processed foods, pizzas, deep-fried foods, all these types of crappy foods are the ones that really cause the stinky breath. A stinky diet causes stinky breath. If you don’t want stinky breath, eat a less stinky diet, which means usually fresh and healthy foods.
I’ve not found people who eat lots of fresh fruit and vegetables regularly and who shun crappy food, who have stinky breath. They’ve got sweet, fresh breath.
If you want fresh breath, don’t give yourself the chewing gums to freshen your breath. It doesn’t do that. Eating healthy food freshens your breath.
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Having small amounts of yogurt or cultured food in your diet can help create very nice clean breath. Fermented and cultured foods are a source of lactate, which encourages beneficial bacteria to thrive. When beneficial bacteria thrive, they crowd out harmful bacteria, which are the source of bad breath.
The way your breath smells has a lot to do with your eating habits and your dental habits. Do you floss your teeth regularly? Have you got food entrapment around the teeth? Do you brush your teeth regularly throughout the day? Do you have good oral hygiene? Because if you don’t, you could have gum disease and tartar
buildup. There could be a lot of streptococcus mutans bacteria in your mouth, causing plaque and dental caries.
If your breath is less than fresh, I recommend seeing a dental hygienist for a checkup. Dental hygienists can often pick up if there are early signs of heart disease, kidney disease, liver disease, and other systemic conditions.
Next time you see your dentist or your dental hygienist, ask them what your breath is like if you’re not aware of it yourself. A Candida cleanse can really freshen your breath nicely because you’re going to tackle the microbiome. You’re going to clean up the gut. Cleaning up the gut also usually means cleaning up the middle and cleaning up the upper part of the GI tract as well, which will freshen the breath by default.