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The No-Body Odor Solution


Body odor is a problem that affects a person's confidence. Deodorants may be effective enough to cover body odor, but some experts believe that the use of deodorant, too often, can have negative consequences. Changes in dietary patterns seem to be an alternative to reduce your body odor.

The following are foods you should avoid to prevent your body odor:

Red Meat
It took a long time to digest red meat. When undigested food, toxins and foul-smelling gases are released that cause perspiration odor.

Alcohol and Caffeine
Although alcohol and caffeine consumption has become a habit, by limiting these drinks, your body will feel more fresh and odorless.

Junk Food
Consumption of junk foods that are too much salt / sugar, flour, hydrogenated oils, and so forth, will tend to rot in the stomach, thus producing unwanted breath and body odor.

Choline
Choline-rich foods can make you sweat like the smell of fish. Examples of such foods are eggs, liver, fish, and nuts.

Smoke
Cigarette smoke mingled with other elements and out through the sweat glands will cause a distinctive odor. Even after quitting smoking, the smell will stay in your body within weeks.

To prevent your body odor, there are several ways you can do them: drink lots of water, consumption of foods containing fiber, fruits and low choline (apples, strawberries, oranges, grapes, tomatoes, pineapple, banana and watermelon).

If you could change your diet, no longer need to worry about your body odor that has been stalking to you. In addition, you also no longer need to spend lots of money to buy a deodorant.

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