Celebrities should watch out for bad breath on Asian business trips

By - Bad Breath Expert

SUMMARY:  It's been a rough couple of months for Paris Hilton. The socialite was caught last month in Las Vegas with cocaine. She managed to get off with just a year's probation, according to People Magazine, but her hectic life will not be put on hold.

Posted: September 21, 2010

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It's been a rough couple of months for Paris Hilton. The socialite was caught last month in Las Vegas with cocaine. She managed to get off with just a year's probation, according to People Magazine, but her hectic life will not be put on hold.

The news source reports that Hilton recently took off for a business trip to Asia, where she will open new retail stores and unveil this season's line of accessories. During this whirlwind trip she will have to take extra precautions to avoid bad breath.

Many types of Asian food are known to contribute to halitosis. The cuisine often uses rich sauces and spices that contain volatile sulfur compounds, which are a common cause of bad breath. Additionally, many dishes involve meat ingredients that contain high levels of protein. The digestion of this nutrient can also contribute to unpleasant odors.

It may be important for anyone who is exposed to this type of food on a long-term basis to take extra steps to ensure good oral health. Specialty breath freshening products may help to reduce the risk of experiencing bad breath due to changes in diet.
 

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