How to Get Rid of Garlic Breath

After study participants took some garlic, researchers gave them whey protein, lemon juice, green tea, chlorophyll, 7UP soda, a raw pink lady apple, a cooked apple, parsley, spinach, and mint leaves. Which do you think worked best as a remedy for garlic breath?

Stay tuned for the next video, Green Tea as a Mouthwash for Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( ).

The other oral health videos I mentioned:
• Tongue Scraper vs. Tongue Brushing for Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( )
• The Benefits of Gum Chewing on Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( )
• The Best Mouthwash for Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( )

For even more, see:
• How to Naturally Treat Tongue Coating-Associated Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( )
• Foods That Cause and Help Halitosis (Bad Breath) ( )
• Can Stress Cause Halitosis (Bad Breath)? ( )
• Effects of Tongue Scraping on Plaque, Gingivitis, and Cavities ( )
• Does Tongue Scraping Cause Cancer? ( )
• How Tongue Scraping Can Affect Heart Health ( )
• How to Clean Your Tongue ( )

You can also watch the recording of my webinar, How to Naturally Treat Halitosis ( ), which includes nine videos plus a Q&A.

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  • @remonanicotera says:

    Respect for all this brave students 🌺💚

  • @ClovettCC says:

    NF Youtube manager,
    You put “YouTube“ in the title of this video. That seems to be an error.
    Best,
    Christopher Lovett

  • @MuhammadAfzal-ie7ie says:

    Thank you! I’ve started 2.5g raw crushed garlic twice a day & was worried about this.

  • @veganchiefwarrior6444 says:

    Broccoli and lemon water lol

  • @bengilkes7676 says:

    Oil pulling seems to work for me.

  • @QuocTaHoang says:

    I am addicted to Durian odour, its tastes delicious, smell delicious, how can you not like it 🙂

    • @Julottt says:

      lol not for everyone, far from it

    • @QuocTaHoang says:

      @@Julottt why yes? Im not deny it, there are peoples i see they cannot withstand the smell or taste of the durian, but my whole family love durian, taste good as hell 🙂

  • @COACH-CARBOHYDRATE says:

    I noticed, soy milk gives us really bad breath, Carbs FTW!! 💪💪💪

  • @kathrynlouise says:

    thank you

  • @PlantbasedSilvi says:

    As much as I love her recipes, all that garlic tastes good, bad breath can be eliminated, but how can you eliminate the stench of flatulence that you can’t necessarily keep up with as you get older? I want to keep eating garlic for my health. Who has a tip?

    • @SherryEllesson says:

      Please don’t assign flatulence to aging. It’s a false impression and many of us don’t have it.

    • @PlantbasedSilvi says:

      Sorry not all, but some one. My english is not the best, come from Europa.

    • @dianeladico1769 says:

      Your question and your English are just fine. Are you sure it’s the garlic? This is just my opinion so take it as such. There are two issues-flatulence and odor and they may have different causes and it’s possible neither are related to garlic. We all react differently to foods and our systems can absolutely change as we age. It may be that another food is causing the gas and the odor just comes with it. I’d start taking note of when you experience gas and if there’s an odor and relate that to recent meals along with any pain or distress you feel. If you can eliminate certain triggers from your diet and still eat healthy that solves your problem. If you can’t get relief then a visit to the doctor may be needed. You may have some condition that needs medical attention. Perhaps not but it’s good to rule it out. In that case, a list of foods that give you tummy troubles may help the doctor diagnose any conditions.
      Dr. Greger didn’t have a lot on his website specific to this but look up IBS for starters. Mostly he says to have a good fiber intake. If you increase fiber it may help to do it gradually. Most people adjust to changes after a short time.
      Wishing you good health.

  • @doloreswinsbarrow1110 says:

    Thanks for the tips

  • @KJ-tq3sm says:

    drink black coffee > coffee breath is preferrable

  • @BlissBlessHappiness says:

    Healthy people with plant based diets do not smell after eating durian… Many people eat Durian on top of beer and heavy meals, causing many problems – not just bad breath. Durian, as a meal, on an empty stomach causes no problems; only blessings.

  • @mchagawa1615 says:

    Fascinating! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  • @chunkysneakerz says:

    I’ve noticed using aged garlic (putting cloves in just 100% apple cider vinegar / quick pickling) cuts down as well as xylitol mints taken immediately after a meal

  • @user-kh1iz5vh4x says:

    Майкл Грегер, здравствуйте!! Сколько проростков или микрозелени льна и, брокколи можно употреблять в день без вреда организму?

  • @stavokg says:

    For years, I have eaten parsley to deodorize breath and body. If I notice any odor I eat a handful of raw parsley. It works every time.

  • @lorah3005 says:

    👍 Whole food plant based for the environment and health; vegan for the victims!

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