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'Life hackers' use probiotics to skirt bad breath September 15, 2011 - You may have heard the term probiotics without knowing precisely what it refers to or what bearing it has on bad breath. Many people find that they associate the word with the promotion of good digestion and a healthy gut, which is one of the main uses of probiotic products. However, these days people are also putting probiotics to work in the battle against halitosis. Click to read article
Probiotics can put bad breath in its place September 7, 2011 - Have you read about the amazing things that probiotics can accomplish? Did you wonder what exactly these products are? If so, read on. Below is a description of probiotic kits for oral health, which are a group of products in the vanguard of anti-halitosis technology. Click to read article
Water, toothpaste, BLIS K12 Probiotics ward off halitosis June 16, 2011 - If you're like millions of Americans, you may regularly notice that your breath smells not-so-fresh. Having halitosis is a common enough occurrence that you'd think people would be used to it, but for the most part adults tend to find it repulsive. Fortunately, the BLIS K12 Probiotics Kit is here to help. Click to read article
BLIS M18 probiotics, similar products may dramatically improve bad breath June 14, 2011 - Look in the aisle of any supermarket, and you are likely to find toothpastes and mouthwashes that promise to knock out bad breath. While these products may reduce oral odor in the short term - and they assuredly keep your teeth clean, which is critical for good oral health - they may not keep breath sweet over a long period of time, the way BLIS M18 oral care probiotics can. Click to read article
Probiotics can keep odor-causing bacteria at bay May 6, 2011 - When brushing and flossing do not put an appreciable dent in bad breath, oral care probiotics may be able to take up where these products leave off. Unlike pastes and rinses that contain microbicides, probiotics merely introduce new strains of microorganisms into the oral environment, where, with luck, they begin to replace those that cause halitosis. Click to read article
In the fight against halitosis, probiotics had a great year April 11, 2011 - From specialty breath freshening rinses to odor-neutralizing tablets, a number of ways to knock out bad breath are available for the individuals who need them. One of the most cutting-edge methods of fighting halitosis is oral care probiotics, a system of bacterial replacement that can muscle out oral odor quite effectively. Click to read article
Probiotics may crowd out halitosis-causing bacteria April 1, 2011 - When it comes to treating bad breath, it's almost always about the bacteria in your mouth. Most chronic halitosis comes not so much from smelly foods - though that's a common cause - as from microbes which feast on those foods. Getting rid of those microorganisms may require an oral care probiotic approach. Click to read article
Probiotics appear in numerous studies of halitosis March 15, 2011 - A quick look into dental and oral health literature will confirm that probiotics are being thoroughly investigated for their effect on halitosis and oral bacteria. While this fact can be encouraging, some individuals may not be aware of what oral care probiotics are, or what they do. Here is a basic rundown of the way probiotics fight bad breath, complete with some of the newest studies out there on the subject. Click to read article
Yogurt, probiotics can reduce bad breath March 14, 2011 - Bad breath is sometimes not simply the smell of food particles in the mouth. The odor of halitosis is largely the result of bacterial growth on the tongue, teeth and palate. These microbes give off foul-smelling compounds as a byproduct of their digestion. Other than brushing and flossing, though, what can be done to minimize these bacteria? Click to read article
Probiotics may treat more than bad breath February 2, 2011 - For decades, probiotics have been used to increase the amount of "good" bacteria in the intestines of those with digestive problems. Today, the treatment may be used to treat everything from cavities to thrush to halitosis, according to a recent medical report. Click to read article
Oral probiotics may have positive effect on bad breath January 19, 2011 - Bad breath rarely seems to go away completely. Whether it originates in the mouth, nose or gut, oral odor is often caused by undesirable and even unhealthy bacteria. An increasing number of healthcare professionals are beginning to recommend oral probiotic supplements as a way to rid the body of the microorganisms that cause halitosis. Click to read article
Study recommends wider use of probiotics November 4, 2010 - Evidence continues to mount suggesting that probiotics may play a large role in oral health. Studies have found that this treatment may prevent the growth of bacteria that has been shown to cause bad breath, gum disease and cavities. Increasing intake of the beneficial microbes may help individuals significantly improve the condition of their mouths. Click to read article
Probiotics grow in popularity October 6, 2010 - Due in part to the findings of recent studies, a growing number of dentists are beginning to talk about their interest in oral probiotics. These treatments involve the application of beneficial bacteria to the mouth that may help fight more harmful microbes. Click to read article
Interest in probiotics continues to grow September 20, 2010 - Many oral health providers are beginning to see possible benefits from the use of probiotics to treat conditions like bad breath and gingivitis. It is believed that applying benign microbes to the oral cavity may help reduce the number of odor-causing bacteria. The idea is gaining traction, as a number of groups are reporting positive results from the use of probiotics. Click to read article
Studies find oral health benefit to probiotics September 17, 2010 - There has been a lot said and written about probiotics in recent years. Studies have shown that they may play an important role in supporting the health of many systems of the body. Most of this research has focused on areas like digestive health. However, the oral health community is starting to get on board with probiotics, which may provide protection against gum disease and bad breath. Click to read article