In today's video, let's go through ways you can get rid of garlic and onion breath. Does drinking water help? What about eating apples? Wait, spinach? Really? We’re talking about all that AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
1. Mint – 00:31
2. Apples – 01:11
3. Spinach and Lettuce – 01:36
4. Green Tea – 02:01
5. Parsley – 02:017
6. Mustard – 02:47
7. Fennel Seeds – 03:23
8. Apple Cider Vinegar – 04:01
9. Coffee – 04:20
10. Water – 04:43
11. Spearmint Gum – 05:18
12. Mouthwash – 05:40
13. Brushing and Flossing – 06:29
Mint does so much to freshen your mouth. No wonder it’s such a popular flavor in toothpaste, mouthwash, and chewing gum. It can instantly freshen up your breath, plus it’s all-natural. It's alright to swallow this herb, as it helps your digestion too. We know it’s hard to find fresh mint leaves when you’re out on a business lunch. A smart way to tackle this situation would be to order meals that have mint in them. This includes mint mayo sauces, chutneys, and even a cooling mojito. Just make sure you chew up the mint leaves from your glass.
After a meal loaded with garlic, make sure to eat some apples. Fresh apples supply your gums with antioxidants that neutralize odor-causing bacteria. These are natural breath fresheners. But it doesn’t always need to be fresh apples. Order apple pies or dessert with apples if you’re eating food outside your home. This will take away the stench, and give you fruity breath. This is a great option for those who don’t love mint as much.
3. Spinach and lettuce
The benefits of fresh green leafy vegetables are enormous. Aside from its use to reduce bad odor, it can give you lots of vitamin E and magnesium. This makes your immune system stronger. Have a green smoothie or salad bowl to kill that foul-smelling breath.
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