Good health is impossible without good digestion. The trillions of bacteria that call the gut home exert a powerful influence on health. In fact, 80% of the immune system is in the gut.
Good and bad bacteria must be balanced in the gut. Yes, you read that right. There is such a thing as good bacteria and it should make up about 85% of your gut’s bacteria.
When this bacterial balance is off, it leads to more than bad breath or body odor.
In fact, smelly breath is often a sign of poor health, as fishy breath can indicate floundering kidneys, while a fruity odor can mean poorly controlled diabetes.
Therefore, replenishing the good bacteria in your gut is critical. But, before I tell you how to do this, you must see how diet has caused this imbalance in the first place.