Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is not a disease. It's a condition and you can fight it! Everyone experiences bad breath at some point in their life, so you're not alone. In fact, an estimated 50-80 million people in the US alone suffer from bad breath. But the good news for you is that there is an answer.
The most common forms of bad breath comes from activity of bacteria inside your mouth, usually from the back of your tongue. Microorganisms in your mouth break down proteins and produce foul-smelling odors.
Simply put, bad breath is unavoidable, but it is, however, controllable and with this new, breakthrough, and clinically proven special report called The Bad Breath Remedy Report, you'l be able to instantly transform your bad breath into a fresh and clean smelling scent that welcomes those around you to stand at point-blank range and carry on a conversation without fear of smelling an unpleasant odor.
Keep your mouth clean. Brush and floss twice a day.
Clean your tongue! Bacteria on your tongue can contribute to less-than-fresh breath.
Wet your whistle. A dry mouth can quickly cause bad breath.
Rinse. If nothing else, at least rinse your mouth with plain water!
Munch on parsley. The scent of this herb can help cover up offending oral odor.