A couple of suggestions. First of all is using digestive bitters to aid with digestion and to cleanse the liver. Bitters work by contacting the bitter receptors on the tongue. This in turn stimulates the vagus nerve, which in turn increases digestive secretions and cleanses the liver. Drink plenty of water throughout the day when using bitters. Spring water is best.
Second would be to get some zinc tablets, roughly 20mg. Suck on one of these tablets three times a day until completely dissolved. They don't taste very good at first, but you get used to the taste. Zinc is a great breath freshener and helps with digestion and body odor as well.
Cut back on protein intake. People tend to eat way more protein than they need. Protein is harder for the body to digest and contributes to ammonia production in the body. The diet should be predominately vegetables, especially dark green, leafy vegetables. These are also great sources of chlorophyll, which can also help.
If this does not help then the next suggestion would be to work on the intestinal flora with prebiotics and probiotics.
tried chlorophyll, it just changes the smell, it still smells bad.
What you buy in the store is not chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is too unstable so what is sold as chlorophyll is actually copper and/or sodium chlorophyllin.
Man people here give some bad advise.
Whether it is bad advice or not is a matter of opinion. Check the medical texts and you will find that gut issues among other things can lead to bad breath.
It's always detox this detox that. Detox for everything they don't even know what they are talking about they are just pushing detox products for companies.
Bitters can be anything bitter, even foods like bitter melon. And they can only help. If not for this problem they still offer other benefits such as balancing hormones and cholesterol and improving the absorption of nutrients. Furthermore they are not going to break the bank. Even using commercial bitters a person can get a 2 ounce bottle for about $6 that will last probably 5-6 months.
Can I ask why you haven't went to the doctor if its that bad? That sounds like H. Pylori you got there. NOTHING ELSE does that kind of thing.
Again check the medical tests because there are many other things than H. pylori that can do this. In addition, H. pylori secretes ammonia, which is why an ammonia breath test is used to determine its presence. Ammonia has a much different smell that was described.
Hi Self Betryal;
What helped me with mouth odor was Xylitol toothpaste. It has no fluoride in it and it helps a lot. I also used a n antifungal oil of Oreagano (pure drops) I put about 10 drops in water and drink it slowly. I do take Cayrlic acid and liver thistle because otherwise you may have problems with your liver. But the Caprylic acid is for intestinal health.
I can't speak for others but this definitely helped my mouth not smell. Some mouth odors are a result of old food left in the teeth area. If that 's your problem it could be your digestive system. I take dandelion and Probiotic enzymes with Oxbile, and probiotics.It does help to take a multi vitamin too. It depends on what you want to do. I've used this toothpaste and it may make your mouth feel dry, but I had no mouth odor all day. I learned that certain meds will take certain things out of your body and it would help to restore those vitamins back in your bodies. http://www.iherb.com/Xylitol-oral-care#p=1&sr=0 For instance some directics will take certain vitamins out of your body because you are urinating a lot.
I know is that pure Oil of Oregano has helped to stop fecal odors (especially if it's bacteria related or has something to do with Candida) you have to defintely cut down on sugar, it may help to cleanse your colon. Taking these product without first cleansing may not help much as you start. I have learned in my Mycrobiolology class that our PH balance is important when it comes to infection and also that sugar does contribute to bacteria. This is something we can all look up on the interenet.Do your research and you will see.