10 foods that cause bad breath and 10 that combat it

The fish begins to oxidize as soon as it’s canned, which leads to the strong scent that stubbornly sticks around.

Canned fish

Some of the best-tasting cheeses stink. Bacteria that break down cheese's lactose, lipids, and proteins create halitosis-causing hydrogen sulfide.

Cheese

Technically a drink, coffee is a must for this list, as almost everyone has experienced close-talking with somebody who has coffee breath.

Coffee

Garlic includes two types of sulfur compounds that enter your bloodstream through your stomach and escape through your lungs up to two days later.

Garlic

Allyl isothiocyanate is an organosulfur compound that’s prevalent in horseradish and is responsible for its extremely strong odor.

Horseradish

They’re right about the potency of onions, as they contain similar sulfur compounds as garlic, and thus have a similar effect.

Onions

Ever heard of keto breath? It’s a side effect of a ketogenic diet, a high-protein diet that restricts the intake of carbs so the body instead burns stored fat.

Protein

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