Top 10 Foods That Make You Smell Bad


For anyone trying hard to fight body odor with deodorants, perfumes and other various scented cosmetic products, look no further than your kitchen.

Foods that we eat on a regular basis can increase B.O. and lead to uncomfortable situations.

As you’ll see from our list, it’s truly the everyday foods that can make us smell bad, rather than some exotic dishes with strange spices that probably most people think of when we talk about “smelly” foods.

These everyday foods include some of the healthiest foods on the planet that should, by all means, be consumed regularly, but the health benefits they bring definitely come at a cost!

Notwithstanding the fact that some of these foods are rather healthy and should not be avoided due to their “side effects”, they nevertheless make us smell bad and we don’t like them for it!

1. Garlic

Some very healthy foods have found their way onto our list simply because their strong ingredients can cause foul smells for anybody who eats them. Garlic is a super healthy vegetable that fights off congestion, viruses, bacteria, and a host of other culprits responsible for a weak immune system and frequent trips to the doctor’s.

However, garlic is at the very top of this list for a good reason! It comes with ingredients that smell so strongly that eating it results in bad breath, for starters. Those ingredients also produce sulfurous gases which when digested and absorbed into the blood stream get released through our lungs and pores, resulting in some very powerful body odor.

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