If You’re Celebrating National Garlic Day, Here’s How to Beat Garlic Breath
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- Chew raw lettuce, raw apples, or mint leaves: These foods are shown to help decrease the potency of odors on your breath and on your skin.
- Brush your teeth: While this doesn't help with the odor and bad breath situation, it prevents any small particles from lingering.
- Eating basil and parsley: Foods containing basil and parsley might also help to diminish the unpleasant side effects of your delicious meal.
- Whole milk: Studies show that the fat in whole milk can keep odors from sticking around in your mouth.