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Eat these foods at night to prevent early morning bad breath(halitosis)

Early morning halitosis (bad breath) is a common morning ailment which is usually caused by a series of factors ranging from dehydration, smoking to bad oral hygiene. If you are not guilty of these three bad breath triggers then your bedtime diet might just be the culprit!
Here are some foods you should stray away from to avoid waking up with halitosis.
Onions.
Garlic.
Coffee
Alcohol
Dairy products. (milk, cheese, eggs, etc.)
Canned fish.
On the other hand, check out these foods that help keep your breath fresh while enhancing your gastrointestinal health.
Apples
Apples are great in maintaining oral hygiene, it is rich in vitamin C which helps combat bad breath and gum infection. Munch on an apple or two before sleeping at night or any other vitamin C rich fruit like oranges, berries, plums, etc.
Ginger tea
Brew your homemade ginger tea infused with lemon slices and drink a cup or two before bedtime. It works effectively in keeping halitosis at bay.
Green veggies 
Green veggies aren’t just great for your digestive health; their use also extends towards dental health. Eating veggies like lettuce, kale, or spinach, regulates your internal PH levels and alkaline levels thereby improving your oral health. It also prevents dehydration which is the greatest trigger of halitosis.
Chew sugarless gum
Chewing sugarless gum improves saliva production, gets rid of excess food and dead cells from the mouth, reduces mouth bacteria. All this works in eliminating bad breath in a jiffy.

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