Fresh Breath With Yogurt

For now set aside all mint and mouth freshener products. Researchers found bacteria in yogurt can resist the growth of bacteria that cause bad breath odor. Interested?
In 6 weeks, 24 volunteers consumed 6 ounces of sugar-free yogurt that contains two bacteria, namely Streptococcus thermophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus. Microbiologists checks volunteers breath before and after. The result, the number of bacteria and bad breath decreased by 50% in those who had halitosis.
Eating yogurt will help reduce the amount of bacteria produced by our tongue, although the researchers are not yet sure how this it happen. One theory is certain: When the crowd of bacteria attached on the tongue, “good” bacteria in yogurt comes and kills odor-causing bacteria in the mouth to make the mouth feel comfortable and fresh.
Choose yogurt with active bacteria in it. You do not like plain yogurt? Yogurt with artificial sweeteners also have similar efficacy.

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