Water, toothpaste, BLIS K12 Probiotics ward off halitosis

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  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.

Posted: June 16, 2011

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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.

If so many people have bad breath, why do we instinctively flinch away from it? It may be that, like other unpleasant human odors, halitosis signals to the brain that the individual who smells may have health or cleanliness problems.

This idea is not necessarily wide of the mark. Many times, chronic oral odor comes for poor dental hygiene or simple failure to floss, which may be one reason why a recent article in HealthDay News recommended doing both regularly.

The news source also suggested that people with bad breath avoid smoking and drink plenty of water. Keeping the mouth moist is an important method for fighting oral odor, since the bacteria in your mouth thrive in a dry environment.

To keep them from multiplying out of control, you may also try rinsing with a daily treatment of BLIS K12 Probiotics, which can slowly replace bad bacteria with better varieties.

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