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Foods That Helps Your Body Smell Good

1. Fenugreek seeds

They help improve digestion as well as support the process of removing bad odors from our bodies. They have antioxidants that help our bodies get rid of toxins.

2. Herbs: Rosemary

Rosemary is one of the herbs that helps give your body a really nice smell; if you enjoy it, you're in for a treat. Rosemary can be used as a natural deodorant for the body. It contains menthol and chlorophyll, both of which are extremely effective at preventing bacteria and, as a result, body odor.

3. Cinnamon

Cinnamon not only helps with bad breath because it reduces bacteria in the mouth, but it also helps the digestive system.

4. Thyme

Thyme is an aromatic herb that has been shown to significantly reduce body odor. Thyme is also a beautiful herb that is easy to incorporate into your diet.

5. Mint

Mint is extremely simple to incorporate into your diet. It contains potent oils that help in the elimination of unpleasant odors.

6. Citrus fruits

Citrus fruits have a significant impact on your body's odor; citrus fruits work to remove bad odors from your body and replace them with a fresh odor. Citrus fruits include oranges, strawberries, pineapples, and apples, so eat your favorite fruit to make your body smell great.

7. Cardamoms

Add a little cardamom to your food, as it will sneak into your body and give you a great body smell.

8. Jasmine tea

Herbal teas help you flush out the toxins out of your body, jasmine tea help you do that, it also soothes your digestives system and will give your body a great smell.

9. Lemon and water

When lemon and water are combined, they have incredible benefits; water alone is an important factor in maintaining a healthy and odor-free body. When you add lemon, which is a citrus fruit, you are only enhancing the formula's benefits.

10. Yogurt

Yogurt contains probiotics, which help in digestion and natural causes of body odor.

Content created and supplied by: Rosemary Likare (via Opera News )

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