Sulfur-generating bacteria in the mouth cause most cases of bad breath.. And those bacteria usually are on you tongue.
Solution: Use a tongue scraper.
Scientific evidence: A study in Journal of Periodontology showed that tongue scraping reduced “volatile sulfur compounds” by 75%, while cleaning with a toothbrush reduced them by 45%.
What to do: First, buy a tongue scraper, available for less than $10.00 on line and in drugstores. Your goal is to remove the creamy-looking white, brown or orange layer of gunk on your tongue with the scraper. Gently but firmly scrape both the top and the sides of your tongue (but not the underside) from back to front. Start scraping as far back as you can without gagging. If the gunk isn’t completely gone, go over the same area until it is removed. After you are done, rinse the scraper.
Also helpful; In a scientific study published in The Journal of Clinical Dentistry, chewing gum with cinnamon essential oils reduced sulfur compounds.
Source: Bottom Line Personal November 2017
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