To Beat Bad Breath With 1 Cheap
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If you’ve read “The Bad Breath
Report”, you already know that hydrogen sulfide (which smells
like rotten eggs!) is one of the main Volatile Sulfur Compounds, or
“VSCs”, produced in 85-90% of bad breath cases.
In a study detailed at the 83rd General Session of
the International Association for Dental Research, Dr. Kenichi Hojo
of Tsurumi University in Yokohama, Japan, found that sugarless
yogurt significantly reduced the levels of oral hydrogen sulfide in
80% of participants.
The 24 volunteers who partook in the study followed
strict instructions on oral hygiene, diet and medication intake. The
participants first avoided all yogurts for 2 weeks and then had
samples of VSCs taken from their mouths. They then ate 90-grams
(about 3 ounces) of sugarless yogurt twice-a-day for 6-weeks.
At the end of the study, more samples were taken
and a significant reduction in hydrogen sulfide levels was
discovered in 80% of participants.
It was postulated that active bacteria in the
yogurt, specifically Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcus
thermophilus effectively drowned-out the bacteria responsible for
producing the hydrogen sulfide.
While that doesn’t effectively address the root
cause of bad breath (as explained in “The Bad Breath Report”), it
does show fighting bad breath doesn’t have to be unpleasant. After
all, what could be more pleasant than a pot of tasty yogurt every
To apply findings of this study, simply…
Eat about 3-ounces of sugar-free yogurt
cultures of Lactobacillus bulgaricus and
thermopholis (Check the labels!) every
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