Avoid bad breath foods on your first date

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  First dates are full of pitfalls. Despites days of planning out every little detail, there are still a range of things that can go wrong. From awkward conversation to bad jokes, there are many things that could send your date running for the hills. However, if your date involves dinner you can eliminate one potential problem by choosing a restaurant that serves food that won't give you bad breath.

Posted: October 20, 2010

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First dates are full of pitfalls. Despites days of planning out every little detail, there are still a range of things that can go wrong. From awkward conversation to bad jokes, there are many things that could send your date running for the hills. However, if your date involves dinner you can eliminate one potential problem by choosing a restaurant that serves food that won't give you bad breath.

Certain cuisine is known for producing offensive halitosis. For example, Chinese food is often prepared with strong spices. Additionally, dishes commonly include chicken or beef. Both heavily spiced and high protein foods can give you offensive halitosis. Protein is easily converted by the body into volatile sulfur compounds, which are among the leading causes of bad breath.

Assuming you are able to avoid eating these types of foods as your main dish, you may want to skip the coffee after dinner. The caffeine can dehydrate the mouth, allowing odor-causing bacteria to grow. Additionally, the beverage is highly acidic, which also stimulates bacteria growth.

Falling into these food-related traps during the course of your date may decrease your chances of landing a goodnight kiss. However, with some planning and the use of specialty breath freshening products, such as the ones offered by TheraBreath, you may find greater romantic success.
 

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