Bad breath

Bad breath: In adults bad breath is a profound indication that intestinal bacteria levels are impaired. It's not the bacteria in your mouth that is the source of bad breath (which is what your dentist probably told you) but rather it's the bacteria in your gut. 
    You most probably have noticed no matter how many times you brush your teeth, floss, or use mouthwash ultimately a day or two later your bad breath is back again. When lactobacillus levels are low in the colon partially digested food decays producing foul gas, toxemia, and consequently bad breath. When food putrifies for years in your gut, enormous amounts of mucus is created to deal with the toxic side effects of the putrification... therefore it makes no sense to try and supplement back into the intestines lactobacillus before cleaning out your gut.
    True cures start within you, not outside of you. All the brushing, flossing and mouthwash in the world won't help or cure you. Get to the source. Join us for an online cleanse. It will do a lot more for you than just clean up foul breath, heal constipation, eliminate hemorrhoids, or renew your energy levels.

See: Cleansing