Bad Breath or Body Odor?

Nothing kills a conversation, business meeting or holiday party quicker than bad breath or body odor. If you’re following a Paleo Diet and experiencing improved health and performance, you may be stumped as to how your breath has suddenly taken a turn for the worst. While this isn’t the case for everyone, increased protein consumption can increase the likelihood of increased bacterial growth in the mouth. These bacteria produce volatile sulfur compounds (VSCs), the malodorous offenders that lead to bad breath.1,2 Furthermore, when it comes to body odor, studies have shown that the odor of non-meat eaters is considered “more attractive” than meat eaters!3

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