Bad breath for coffee?

Coffee is simply part of it for most of us – every day. Multiple times. But even 40 percent of the population suffer again and again from bad breath – is there any connection? And indeed: too much coffee can lead to bad breath. Because the impulsive hot drink has a high acid content, which can dry out the inside of the mouth and thereby favors certain bacteria that produce sulfur. And sulfur is definitely not a pleasant smell. In addition, the milk added to the bad breath, medicated halitosis, even strengthen. The protein contained in the milk additionally promotes the multiplication of the bacteria. But that does not mean that you have to do without your beloved coffee completely. After all, there are some things that can be used to prevent or eliminate bad breath. A classic sugar-free peppermint chewing gum or candy, as well as the chewing of cloves, fennel seeds or aniseed, is helpful. From time to time a tea from peppermint leaves or green tea should also inhibit the stinking bacteria. You can find more tips against bad breath here: Never again bad breath