The Origins Of Halitosis

Our gram unfavourable bacteria-- the stinkers-- thrive in acidic, oxygen-poor environments. These men are the genuine bad breath offenders. In acidic environments (a pH of lower than 7), gram-negative germs prosper and displace our oral-health related, pH neutral loving bacterial types.

THE STINKERS LIKE DEHYDRATION

Our saliva, which is oxygen-rich and pH neutralising, naturally

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