We tend to associate body odor with a lack of hygiene or excessive sweating. But there are actually several other factors that can contribute to an unpleasant bodily smell.
This awkward condition may also be associated with health problems like diabetes, liver problems or even your eating habits. In today’s video we’re going to show you a few foods that can contribute to your body odor:
Legends say that garlic can scare away vampires, and that’s because it can actually scare off humans. Sulfur has a terrible smell that manifests itself through our sweat after it’s been digested. Bell peppers, radishes, onions, and cabbages are other foods that are rich in sulfur. All of these foods have health benefits, but you have to limit their intake if you want to avoid bad odors.