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Diet Plan for Patients of Bad Breath

Bad Breath or Halitosis (Scientifically) is an unpleasant odor eliminated and noticed when breath is exhaled which could be an embarrassing situation for someone. Bad Breath problem may be occasional or it could be a chronic problem that happens either due to foods a person eats, poor oral hygiene, medical conditions, dry mouth or digestive problems, medications and other factors like intake of low carb diet leading to ketone formation.

There are possible ways to tackle the problem of bad breath, where one of these is maintaining a good dental and oral hygiene.

Diet is one of the major way to prevent or control bad breath. Your daily dietary habits should be involving high fiber Fruits and Vegetables that help to remove even the smallest particles of food stuck between your teeth and clean digestive tract.

Carbohydrates and Protein rich foods are good source to tackle the Bad Breath.

Plenty of water intake will help to keep your Mouth hydrated and is very useful for elimination of bad breath.

Incorporate nutritious foodstuffs into your diet that keeps your breath fresh by hydrating your body, calming your stomach, and neutralizing offensive odors. Avoid foods having a strong odor.

Follow a healthy diet to keep your breath free of bad odor and feel fresh and keep SMILING...


To Consume

To Avoid

· Green Leafy Vegetables(Spinach)

· Carrot

· Parsley

· Celery

· Lettuce

· Beans

· Cucumber

· Broccoli

· Sweet Potatoes

· Onion

· Garlic


To Consume

To Avoid

· Apples

· Avocado

· Citrus Fruits

· Melons

· Lemon in Water

· Cherries

· Strawberries

· Oranges

· Pears

· Pineapple juice

· Leaves of Raw Guava



To Consume

To Avoid

· Basil

· Rosemary

· Mint

· Dry Ginger

· Fenugreek

· Fennel

· Anise Seeds

· Cloves

· Cardamom



To Consume

To Avoid

· Plenty of Water

· Black or Green Tea

· Probiotic YOGURT

· Almonds

· Honey and Lemon

· High fat Cheese

· Sugary Drinks

· Alcohol

· Tobacco

· Coffee

· Eggs

· Meat

· Fish (Tuna and Anchovies)

· Highly Spicy Food