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Hello my dear followers! Today I'm going to tell how I helped my husband to remove bad breath. Bad breath, medically called halitosis, can result from poor dental health habits and may be a sign of other health problems. Bad breath can also be made worse by the types of foods people eat and other unhealthy lifestyle habits.

Unexpected guests are a far more common problem than people realize. They are also difficult to diagnose due to the wide variety of symptoms that can result.

This might come as a unexpected, but do not underestimate this common household herb. It is actually can help for ridding the body of unwanted organisms. Garlic might to slow and clear over 60 types of fungus and 20 types of bacteria, as well as some viruses.

The powder of cucumber seeds can be used to clear body but also consumed even as a preventative measure. They can clear intestinal guests and other organisms in digestive system.

Papaya Seed Smoothie Recipe

Start with a full tablespoon of fresh papaya seeds. Scoop them straight out of the fruit and place them in a good blender that is capable of chopping up the seeds.

If blender isn’t up to the task, it could crush the seeds in a mortar and pestle first, or even on a chopping board in a thick plastic bag with a heavy jar or mallet.

While fresh papaya seeds are probably a bit better, in some parts of the USA and Europe buying papayas can be expensive or difficult to find.

Add to the blender a third of a small or around a fifth of a large papaya, chopped to fit in your blender.

As to the best papayas to use, I prefer the larger and more popular Mexican and South American fruits to the smaller Hawaiian papayas.

Please spread the word that not all papayas are GMO as some online resources are reporting, only the majority of Hawaiian fruits.

Author : Brandon Salazar

Brandon Salazar has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”, Forbes Magazine’s “Names You Need to Know,” and is the 7th “most powerful” personality on Newsweek’s Digital 100 Power Index for 2012.