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Diet Plan for Patients of Bad Breath (Halitosis)

Bad breathe is characterized by an unpleasant odor of the mouth. The human mouth produces different bacteria as like our healthy gut flora which is responsible for bad breath. Bad breath is caused by several reasons like; poor hygiene, oral infections, dental problems or production of different mouth bacteria. A healthy balanced diet with a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables can be very effective in fighting bad breath. Avoid foods having a strong odor like: onion, garlic, or processed food.

Halitosis diet charts

DIET CHART FOR BAD BREATH

EARLY-MORNING

Coriander + Mint leaves juice

AFTER 15 MIN

Black tea

BREAKFAST

Veg Semolina (Veg Upma) / Broken wheat porridge (Veg Dalia) / Veg Vermicelli (Sewian) / Veg poha (Rice flakes) / Veg Idli / Besan Chilla (Gram flour) / Stuffed Chapatti / Chapatti with Veg. or Dal.

MID-MORNING

Fruits / Coconut water / Sprouts / Salad / Lemon water.

LUNCH

Plain chapatti / Veg pulao / Boiled rice / Vegetable + Dal + Salad.

EVENING

Herbal tea / Green tea / Roasted Chana / Sprouts / Rice flakes snack.

PRE-DINNER

Soup (Home-made).

DINNER

Plain chapatti / Boiled rice / Vegetable + Dal.

DIET INSTRUCTIONS

CEREALS

Cereals to be consumed

Whole grains such as Barley, Oatmeal, Brown rice, Finger millet, Soya, Corn, Quinoa.

Cereals to be avoided

Whole refined flour, White rice.

FRUITS

Fruits to be consumed

All fruits include Apricots, Dates, Prunes, Grapes, Papaya, Oranges, Banana, Strawberries, Pineapples, Apple, Figs, Coconut, Litchi, Muskmelon, Watermelon, Guava, Pear, Blueberries, Pomegranate, Mango, Lime, Avocado, Raspberries, Peaches.

Fruits to be avoided

All canned and packaged fruits.

VEGETABLES

Vegetables to be consumed

Brussels sprouts, Broccoli, Turnips, Carrot, Cabbage, Pumpkin, Sweet potatoes, Squash, Peas, Artichokes, Lettuce, Asparagus, Parsley, Lemons, Green leafy vegetable, Collard greens, Turnip greens, Kale, Okra, Dandelion greens, Mustard greens, Mushroom, Beans, Spinach, Beet greens, Tomato, Potatoes, Cucumber, Zucchini, Fenugreek leaves, Celery, Coriander leaves.

Vegetables to be avoided

Red and Green chili, Onion, Garlic, Frozen vegetables.

PULSES

Pulses to be consumed

All pulses, Legumes, Soybean and its products.

Pulses to be avoided

Dried and Frozen pulses.

DAIRY PRODUCTS

Dairy Products to be consumed

Low-fat yoghurt.

Dairy Products to be avoided

Whole milk and cream, Full-fat yoghurt, cheese, Condensed milk.

SPICES

Spices to be consumed

Fennel, Turmeric, Mint, Cumin, Carom, Coriander, Fenugreek, Limited salt, Black pepper, Rosemary, Dry ginger, Anise seeds, Cloves, Cardamom, Basil.

Spices to be avoided

Red chili powder

DRINKS

Drinks to be consumed

Homemade soup, Carrot juice, Wheatgrass juice, Bitter Gourd juice, Aloe Vera juice, Lemon water, Amla juice, Black tea, Green tea.

Drinks to be avoided

Alcohol, Carbonated beverages like Coke, Limca, Pepsi, Fanta, etc., Canned soup, Packaged soup and Canned fruit juices, Caffeinated drinks, Coffee, Tea.

FLESH FOODS

Flesh Foods to be consumed

Nil

Flesh Foods to be avoided

Meat (can be taken in limited amount) Fish fried, Prawns, Lobster, Crab, Lean beef, Pork, Lamb, Ham, Turkey, Rabbit, Egg yolk, Fish roe, Sausages, Mutton, Salami, Bacon, Duck, Goose, visible fat on meat, Chicken skin, Liver, Kidney, Chest.

SEEDS AND DRY FRUITS

Dry Fruits to be consumed

Flax seed, Pumpkin seed, Walnut, Almond.

Dry Fruits to be avoided

Cashew nuts, Peanuts.

OILS

Oils to be consumed

Cow ghee, Mustard oil, Olive oil, Soybean oil, Canola oil, Coconut oil.

Oils to be avoided

Unsaturated fats, Cream, Palm oil, Butter.

OTHER FOODS

Other Foods to be consumed

Homemade food only, Honey, Jaggery, Coriander and mint chutney.

Other Foods to be avoided

All bakery products or processed, Sauces, Fruit jellies, Jams, Mayonnaise, Ice-cream, Cream soups, Dark chocolate, Butter scotch, Coconut bar, Chutneys, Pickles, Junk food, Deep fried foods, Spicy foods.

LIFESTYLE AND DIETARY TIPS

  • Walk for at least 30 min is recommended
  • Whole fruits should be preferred to fruit juices
  • Skipping meals should be avoided, especially the breakfast.
  • Water intake should be limited 8-10 glasses per day
  • 6 -Soaked Almond per day.
  • Cleanliness and hygiene should be maintained.

HOME REMEDIES FOR BAD BREATH

  • Herbal Tea- Boil ½ tsp each of fennel, coriander, cumin in 3 cups of water till it’s reduced to 1 cup.
  • Parsley and Basil Leaves - Chew Parsley leaves and Basil fresh leaves after each meal.
  • Pineapple Juice - Drink a glass of organic pineapple juice after meals, or chew on a pineapple slice for one to two times in a day.
  • Fennel and Anise Seeds - Fennel and anise seeds can be eaten plain, roasted, or coated with sugar.
  • Green Tea - Brew one cup of tea before going to bed.
  • Apple Cider Vinegar - Add 2 tablespoons of white or apple cider vinegar to 1 cup of water and gargle for at least 30 seconds and then spit it out.
  • Lemon Juice - Drink a glass of lemon juice mixed with honey.
  • Guava Leaves - Chew raw fresh guava leaves after each meal.

Note - Follow a healthy diet to keep your breath free of bad odour and feel fresh and keep smiling...

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