Healthy garlic, smelly breath… Here is the solution for that dilemma.
Garlic has its specialty to support the deliciousness of your food on plate. It has this distinctive aroma that brings up your saliva and urge you to swallow. Whether it is chopped, mashed and mixed into your dough, or sprinkled on top of your entree, the goal is to make your food delicious. But apart from its charm of commanding hungry belly to roar, it leaves a smell in your mouth that makes you regret each bite of any food with garlic, especially when you are about to have your first kiss, or job interview, or anything that demands people to inhale your mouth odor.
However, studies show that there are four powerful food for you to get rid of that garlicky smell:
Apples have this polyphenol substance that can get rid of the distinctive smell of garlic. Be sure to have one after your meal.
According to Sherryl Barringer, Ph.D, a nutritionist from Ohio, the polyphenol substance in spinach could get rid of the sulfur substance found in garlic that causes the odor.
Believe it or not, but according to Sherryl, fat substance in milk will cleanse your mouth, and brings along with it every unpleasent smell in your mouth.
4. Green Tea
If milk is not the perfect combination on your meal, try green tea. It also has the magic polyphenol substance which wins over garlic smell.
There are many more foods that contains polyphenol which fights over the garlic smell. Be sure to have one of those prepared if you plan to munch on garlicky delicacies.
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