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bad_breathIt seems that the one negative thing that many people experience after their morning cup of coffee is bad breath. Also known as coffee breath, this often occurs because of the chemical reaction of coffee with enzymes in the human mouth. However, not every cup of coffee will give your scary breath.

According to Dr Harold Katz, a dentist in Los Angeles, every food will have its own chemical reaction in the human mouth. Because of the sulfur compounds in coffee, the human mouth sometimes smells after ingesting it. The mouth is cleaned by saliva, which is why babies often have such sweet breath. The older you get, the less saliva you produce, and this causes bad breath.

Coffee is a diuretic which means less water in the body. This means less saliva is produced. Add sugar and milk to your coffee and you are practically inviting the bacteria into your mouth for a party.

So, if you want to keep your breath smelling sweet and clean, stick to straight coffee and drink lots of water. Or just carry peppermint gum with you everywhere you go.

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