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Lola
Thursday, March 8, 2007, 2:52am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Ronagon,
great tip, thanks!


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so does anyone know why that bad breath from the depths of the bowel  often accompanies weight loss?   I wouldn't consider that an imbalance per say, but maybe it is  ....

I  know we call this ketosis in some instances, but I'm just curious  about the  difference in this as opposed to the bad breath we get from eating garlic, onions.. etc....
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Garlic and onion breath, and this is just my guess, would be from the sulfur compounds.

The bad breath from weight loss, and this is just my guess as well, would be from your body detoxing the extra bad stuff in your muscles and fat that was being stored.

I wonder if yeast overgrowth can cause bad breath.  Wouldn't surprise me.

I do know that after I was on the BTD I quit having to scrape my tonsils.  My husband and I both used to have to knock off white globs that would taste and smell terrible.  (I'm sure everybody wanted to hear that.) Now neither of us have them, thanks to the BTD.  


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Quoted from Ribbit
Garlic and onion breath, and this is just my guess, would be from the sulfur compounds.

The bad breath from weight loss, and this is just my guess as well, would be from your body detoxing the extra bad stuff in your muscles and fat that was being stored.

I wonder if yeast overgrowth can cause bad breath. Wouldn't surprise me.

I do know that after I was on the BTD I quit having to scrape my tonsils. My husband and I both used to have to knock off white globs that would taste and smell terrible. (I'm sure everybody wanted to hear that.) Now neither of us have them, thanks to the BTD.


I agree that onion breath is caused by the sulfur compounds and that when losing weight the body is removing toxins.  

I've read that when this toxicity is waste from candida, it is very difficult for the body to digest.  This could account for gas and odor during this process.  I know I have some periods of both, individually and together.  I eat parsley to reduce odor, and take fennel for gas and ginger to aid digestion.  Sometimes I think I'm turning into a spice cabinet...  Better than a chemical factory!!!



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If almost everyone except Sheri thinks about ThreaBreath is chemical factory, what about  regular toothpaste we all use? OR very out of subject but anti pressants we buy, because I know I have to, I have tried to buy one doesn't have aliminuim and all the bad stuff for us, but didn't do anything for me, I was sweating less than an hour after taking a shower.  I was very uncomfortable that I throw away that one and bought one has alimium unfortunetely...
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My sister doing low carb diet and she started to have bad breath  because of that even though she brushes and her teeth are all okay . Is that anything she can eat to get rid of this?

Is your sister following the BTD? If not, I suggest she follow the correct BTD for her type. Do you know her blood type?

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Dr. D says that chronic halitosis can be a symptom of a bacterial overgrowth of the intestines.  He recommends following the antibiotic protocol listed in his blood type encyclopedia.

Dr. D also talks about this Halitosis being caused by high polyamine levels in LR4YT on pages 104-107, but I suggest you read the whole short chapter, pages 97-108.


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I've been using essential peppermint oil lately......just that...a couple drops on the back of the tongue and it seems to work for me.  Some of it gets into my stomach and the rest is on tongue.  Essential oils are supposed to be very good anti bacterial fighters.  It's strong so watch out.


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No problema, Lola que linda!
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OzlemW
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Thank You Sheri So Much!

TheraBreath helps like a charm. She is not even having a morning bad breath anymore.

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might be also when ketocorps are broken down that this smell or breath might occure, similar to MoDon's suggestions, one thing which helps also tremendiously is, to go for balancing the ph of tissues by the higher intake of minerals but here it should be coated to pass by the stomachacidity.......
o for a longer detoxphase ...... sustain with minerals and btd compliant herbs .......
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