Prevent body odor | Food and healthy recipes


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Be a condition, a healthy diet is a path to rapid recovery. Watch this video to find quick and easy-to-use recipes that will help you get rid of body odor!


Body odor

Body odor is the unpleasant smell that can occur when you sweat. This unpleasant smell occurs when the bacteria present in the skin break down the sweat protein into acids.


Symptoms to look for:

• Inflammation of the skin
• Dry, scaly, and itchy skin



• Bacteria present on the skin
• Obesity, eating
• Spicy food
• Diabetes aggravates body odor


Food groups to consume in body odor:

1. Chlorophyll: have a deodorizing effect

Food to eat: green leafy vegetables such as spinach, chard and kale

2. Low hill: Maintains bad smell

Food to eat: oranges, berries, grapes, melons, carrots, tomatoes and beets

3. Foods with anti-odor properties

Food to consume: Soy bean sprouts, herbs such as rosemary, thyme, basil, lemon grass, oregano, coriander, mint and fennel.


Recipes based on previous food groups:

Recipe 1: Buds

1. We will need 1 cup of steamed green gram sprouts (moong)

Steam with a steaming bowl or pressure cook the bean sprouts to 1 or 2 whistles, until tender

2. Add these to a bowl
3. Add 1 tablespoon of chopped cucumber in it
4. Also add 1 tablespoon chopped tomato
5. Now add 2 tablespoons of grated carrot
6. Now let's add some herbs
7. Add 1 teaspoon of fennel seeds
8. Add 1 teaspoon chopped parsley too
9. Now, add a pinch of thyme and oregano each
10. Finally, add a little salt and pepper to taste
11. Mix all this well

Recipe 2: Juice

1. Put 2 oranges in a juicer
1. Eliminate the oranges before using them
2. Add 1 chopped apple in it
3. Add 2 chopped carrots
4. Add 1 tomato too
5. Now, add a handful of mint leaves
6. Add a little chaat masala for the taste
7. Now turn on your juicer
6. Once your juice is ready, be sure to serve it cold



• Avoid foods that contain sulfur
• Avoid consuming excess protein and low carbohydrate content
• Stay away from red meat and spicy foods
• Limit the consumption of tea, coffee, soft drinks and alcohol






The above recipes have been developed in consultation with a nutritionist. However, these are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a trained health professional. All matters related to your health require medical supervision. Consult your doctor before adopting the suggestions in this video, as well as any conditions that may require diagnosis or medical attention. See the terms of use on our website

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