Lemon

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One of the main causes of bad breath is the food that we eat, namely strongly flavored, spicy, or powerfully scented meals. For example, if you eat a meal that is heavy in garlic or onions, that smell can linger on your breath, mix with other residual food, or even combine with periodontal diseases to create bad breath. However, if you mix a spoonful of lemon juice with a small amount of salt, it can quickly cut through the strong smell of your last meal and give your mouth a refreshed feeling. This is also a great digestive and is highly recommended following a heavy or rich meal, which can cause indigestion.

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