Foodies risk bad breath

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  If there is one thing food lovers can't get enough of, it's rich, flavorful food. Many of these folks are on a lifelong search for new tastes, new flavors and new culinary experiences that expand their food horizons beyond the everyday cuisine.

Posted: August 30, 2010

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If there is one thing food lovers can't get enough of, it's rich, flavorful food. Many of these folks are on a lifelong search for new tastes, new flavors and new culinary experiences that expand their food horizons beyond the everyday cuisine.

However, there is a price to be paid for these excursions into the unknown wilderness of exotic foods. Many of these paths can lead straight to bad breath. Heavily spiced foods can leave behind more than a pleasant aftertaste on the palate, and these byproducts often carry an unpleasant smell.

Additionally, many types of spices can cause dry mouth, a condition that contributes to halitosis. When the mouth lacks saliva it becomes an ideal breeding ground for bacteria, many of which are harmful. An infestation of these microbes is one of the quickest way to bad breath.

Foodies of all stripes may benefit from specialty breath freshening products. TheraBreath's line of toothpastes, mouthwashes and other products should be considered necessary equipment for anyone journeying into uncharted worlds of food. They may be able to remove many odor-causing particles, allowing culinary adventurers to return from their destinations with their breath intact.

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