Garlic and onions are common ingredients in many foods. They provide flavour and appetizing aromatics to many dishes but they also come with a side effect: bad breath. Bad breath is a potential deal-breaker in certain situations. Job interviews and first dates, for example, could end badly if the person you are with notices your bad breath. If you cannot avoid garlic and onions in the dish, take steps after eating to remove any lingering odours.
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- Fresh parsley or mint
Eat a sprig of fresh parsley or mint. According to badbreathkiller.com, parsley and mint eliminate odours associated with garlic and onions.
Brush and then floss your teeth thoroughly. This will remove any garlic or onion particles stuck in your teeth and will help kill bacteria associated with bad breath.
Drink a glass of green tea or lemonade. According to badbreathkiller.com, lemonade and green tea help get rid of bad breath from onions or garlic.
Chew gum. According to WebMD and Health911.com, chewing gum increases your saliva that helps break down the bacteria that causes bad breath.
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