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5 Things to Avoid at the Summer Barbecue to Stay Kissable

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Barbecue kissable bad breath

Barbecue season is upon us. Between the balmy temperatures, breezy summer evenings and get-togethers with friends, our backyards turn into grill hot spots. But all of this finger food brings along a new summer foul: bad breath.

You shouldn’t have to sacrifice savory summertime dishes to keep your breath fresh. Wouldn’t you rather make some small adjustments and have a shot at that summer fling?

Barbecue season is upon us. Between the balmy temperatures, breezy summer evenings and get-togethers with friends, our backyards turn into grill hot spots. But all of this finger food brings along a new summer foul: bad breath.

You shouldn’t have to sacrifice savory summertime dishes to keep your breath fresh. Wouldn’t you rather make some small adjustments and have a shot at that summer fling?

Top 5 Barbecue Foods That Cause Bad Breath

Brushing and flossing your teeth on a daily basis is a staple, but it’s not enough to keep your breath fresh all day long. Food is just one of the many variables that can cause bad breath, and watching what you eat is a good place to start. So, here are the things to keep an eye out for during your next summer grill​ out:

1. Onions on your burger Onions contain sulfur compounds that lead to bad breath. When you eat onions, the nutrients are absorbed into the bloodstream, but odors are transferred to the lungs, where they are expelled. Since the odor comes from the lungs instead of the mouth, the smell can be tricky to combat.

2. Garlic and sugar in the barbecue sauce Like onions, garlic contains sulfur compounds that enter the lungs to trigger cringe-worthy summer bad breath. Meanwhile, sugar in most barbecue sauces feeds sulfur-producing bacteria toward the back of the tongue, which grow into even stronger sulfur compounds.

3. Not flossing after eating ribs Smiling after eating ribs is like building a white brick wall with black mortar: there’s often junk stuck between teeth. Bacteria can instantly break down proteins in meat wedged between teeth to create nasty odors as well as bleeding gums. To prevent this from happening, make sure you floss after eating a rack of ribs. (more…)

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Prepare for Summer’s Most Fun Events and Festivals

Monday, August 12th, 2013

1288797_17766700With the summer in full swing and festival season well underway for music fans across the country, there are a few things that die-hard audiophiles can take into consideration when attending the next big event. And what better way to prepare, than to take advice than from the newest release from 1990s grunge rockers, the Pixies? What kind of advice can festival goers take from the tune “Bagboy?” Watch out for halitosis. That’s right – the group’s newest track is about bad breath. Before heading out to the next concert, street fair or festival in your area, take these pointers to make sure the song isn’t directed toward you. As they say, “cover your breath, polish your teeth.”

Take it easy on the alcohol
Summer seems to bring out an urge to pop open a beer and enjoy the beautiful weather, and when you’re at a festival, it’s hard not to. Unfortunately, drinking alcohol causes halitosis for a number of reasons. Beer and liquor have a strong odor that stays in your mouth while, as well as after, you’re done drinking, especially if you are consuming a lot. Make sure to avoid dark liquors as much as possible as well as strong beers. Secondly, drinking alcohol may cause dry mouth, which in turn causes bad breath. Since it causes you to become dehydrated, your mouth loses moisture. When there isn’t enough saliva to wash down the bacteria that cause bad breath, they just sit in the back of the mouth, on the tongue and along the gums.

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Ozone Generator Therapy – Antioxidant, Sterilizer, Bad Breath Killer

Thursday, June 11th, 2009
  • An Ozone Generator is one of the most powerful sterilizing devices in the world.
  • Ozonated oil acts as a powerful antioxidant to a variety of skin disorders.
  • Ozonated water is highly effective at neutralizing the anaerobic bacteria in the back of your throat that causes bad breath!

OzoneAs you know, I’m constantly on the lookout for the latest scientific breakthroughs on how to prevent bad breath. My latest research has uncovered a device called an Ozonator that not only helps to prevent bad breath, but also helps to deodorize just about any household odor.

First, let me explain a little bit about ozone (O3). It’s a natural, colorless gas with a distinct fresh odor, similar to a day at the beach. When used properly (and my Ozonator was designed so that it can ONLY be used properly), it provides a wide range of benefits. Ozone is a natural molecule made up of three atoms of oxygen. If you want to know what ozone smells like, just close your eyes and imagine you’re smelling the fresh, clean, scent of spring rain that occurs right after a rainstorm. This scent is actually ozone – nature’s own gift to us.

There are two basic ways to use the ozone generated by my Ozone Machine:

1.  To ozonate an oil (create topical solutions, sterilize cuts/burns, etc.)

2.  To ozonate water (drinking, rinsing, sterilizing, deodorizing, curing fungus etc.)

Ozonating an Oil

 When ozone is bubbled into olive oil or safflower oil for long periods of time, the oil eventually thickens, holding the ozone within. When kept refrigerated, this gel will hold the ozone for years. When this ozonated oil is applied to the skin, it has very positive effects on a variety of skin diseases, especially those caused by inflammation. If you have any kind of skin inflammation, I encourage you to try applying ozonated oil to your skin. It definitely won’t hurt and will very likely provide excellent results!

To achieve the minimum concentrations required for an effective ozonated oil, you will need to accumulate at least 24 hours of ozonation. However, since my Ozone Generator runs for only 30 minutes at a time (an important safety precaution!), you will need to reset the Ozone Machine frequently. The good news is that once you’ve ozonated an oil, it lasts in the refrigerator for a long, long time.

Ozonating Water

Ozonated Water has literally dozens of different uses! Remember that ozone is an incredibly powerful sterilizer and disinfectant. Anything that you must clean, neutralize, or deodorize will benefit from ozonated water. The list includes things such as sterilizing sponges, sanitizing bedding, soaking dentures, purifying drinking water, etc. You can even use the ozonator with any of my TheraBreath Oral Rinses to make them even more effective at neutralizing the anaerobic sulfur-producing bacteria that cause bad breath!

Ozone generatorTo ozonate any liquid simply attach one of the included plastic tubes to the ozonator. On the other end of the tube, attach one of the ozonator stones. Place the stone into the liquid that you want to ozonate (whether it’s water, oil, or TheraBreath Rinse) and let the ozonator go to work!

Some other uses of ozonated water include:

  • Sterilizing kitchen/bathroom items
  • Deodorize dirty laundry
  • Control smells
  • Sanitize your bedding
  • Remove pet odors
  • Soak dentures and night guards

Let us know how you’re using the ozonator and we’ll add it to our list.

Until now, natural ozone could only be created by a high-priced, high-end, $600+ ozone generator. What’s more, these things sound like a diesel truck in high gear zooming down the highway! My ozonator costs about 1/6 of the price, and operates with just a quiet humm – mmmm…. much, much nicer!

I’ve compiled a how-to brochure that you can download for free which contains TONS of interesting information about the various uses of Ozone Therapy. The brochure also contains several scientific studies documenting the unique sterilizing and deodorizing benefits of natural ozone. This is a must-read for anybody even remotely interested in ozone therapy or ozone treatment.

Just all the products that I sell, my ozonator comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If for any reason you’re not happy with this device just return it within 30 days for a complete refund.


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