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Renowned Chef and Health and Wellness Advocate Writes Book of Recipes for Juicing Raw Fruits and Vegetables

... this preserved nonsense and put their health first." In addition to numerous recipes that address every ailment from allergies and anxiety to halitosis and hemorrhoids, Juicing for Your Soul includes a nutritional summary of the fruits and vegetables called for that will leave readers inspired and ...

Overweight people more likely to have bad breath, TAU study finds

... obese may be less in tune with taking care of their mouths and bodies. We have certainly opened a window of questions here, says Prof. Rosenberg. halitosis of the Ancient World? While widespread obesity is a modern invention, bad breath is not. The phenomenon goes back thousands of years. Says ...

Germs to blame for bad breath

... of the Journal of Microbiology that bad breath or halitosis is caused by certain types of bacteria that ... bacteria found on the tongues of those with halitosis and those with fresh breath. Researchers found ... - appeared in only one of six people with halitosis - and at extremely low levels. Several of the six ...

New Study Links Bad Breath to Heartburn, GERD

... (mean age 56 years) in May 2006 to ascertain the relationship between halitosis and GERD. The results showed that 39 percent of the GERD patients suffered from halitosis and that treatment with a proton pump inhibitor (PPI) was deemed a factor ...

New Paste to Fight Bad Breath

... Christiaan Cardon from Brugge in Belgium has found a solution for the embarrassing problem of bad breath or halitosis . Cardon has developed a mouth paste that can tackle separate causes of smelly breath. Sulphite oxidase disintegrates chemicals that ...

Never Forget Brushing And Flossing

... In the group that did not floss as part of their daily routine, gingival bleeding sites increased by almost four percent. "Gingival bleeding and halitosis is often the first sign of poor oral hygiene that may eventually lead to further periodontal problems," said Walter A. Bretz, DDS, PhD, Department of ...
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