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Banish bad breath

When you can no longer stand the taste of Altoids, try these all-natural remedies to rid yourself of that uninviting odor.

Chew on fennel seeds to stimulate saliva production, which is “key for stopping bad breath.” You should see an immediate difference if you pop a “small handful after a pungent meal.”

Befriend bacteria. A probiotics supplement, such as acidophilus, “can restore your body’s balance of good bugs and bad bugs.” You can also add yogurt or other fermented foods to your daily diet.

Treat your tongue to “one or two drops” of peppermint or cinnamon essential oil. This trick comes in especially handy to “wipe out stinky sulfur compounds” left behind by garlic or onions. Source: Body + Soul

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