What to avoid to help with body odour

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Right now your body may be struggling to process certain foods; stimulants may cause you to sweat more, increasing body odour:

  • Caffeine: activates sweat glands and dries out the mouth leading to ‘coffee breath’.
  • Alcohol: odour comes out through pores and the bacteria feeding on sweat thrive, intensifying the smell.
  • Spices: can stay in your pores for days and seep out in your sweat
  • Sugary foods: the bacteria causing body odour feed on sugar
  • Smoking: causes body odour
  • Red meat: due to the length of time it takes for the body to digest red meat, odour increases in breath, bowel movements and sweat.

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