Skipping breakfast may contribute to halitosis

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  In today's fast paced world, people are looking to save time wherever they can. For many people, this means skipping breakfast in the morning. However, if you are among those who do not eat breakfast in the morning, you may be putting yourself at risk for bad breath.

Posted: November 9, 2010

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In today's fast paced world, people are looking to save time wherever they can. For many people, this means skipping breakfast in the morning. However, if you are among those who do not eat breakfast in the morning, you may be putting yourself at risk for bad breath.

Some oral health experts have suggested that halitosis is more common among those who do not start their day with a meal for many reasons. First of all, you need to chew on something in order to stimulate your salivary glands.

Without doing this, your mouth may quickly become overrun with odor-causing bacteria. Without the cleaning action of saliva, that morning breath smell may linger long into the day.

Additionally, people who don't eat breakfast in the morning are generally more likely to forget to brush their teeth. Without brushing, all the bacteria and odors that have accumulated throughout the night will stay with you all day.

No one wants to deal with a coworker who has bad breath. Therefore, it may be important to your professional career to start your day with a good meal. When the specialty breath freshening products of TheraBreath are used after a meal, your chances of experiencing halitosis that day may be significantly decreased.
 

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