Bad Breath

Discussion in 'Ask For Help or Advice' started by 032487, Feb 24, 2014.

  1. 032487

    032487 Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I have implemented a lot of Peat ideas, got on thyroid, pregnenolone, progesterone and take a lot of the vitamin suggested here. Digestion has improved a lot, but still not 100%. One thing that I have noticed is horrible breath and a white tongue. I actually had someone mention they could smell my breath. I obviously has a bit of a fungual or bacteria infection as my white blood cells keep being red flagged in blood tests. My question however is though how to help battle this? Activated charcoal? I do a carrot salad already, so not sure what else I could do, unless I go on a prescription antibiotic but I am not convinced that would clear it up.
     
  2. Blossom

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    RP has recommended flowers of sulfur for fungal infections. It's also known as brimstone. There is info on this posted on the forum. You can do a search and find out more. Antibiotics will only help if you have a bacterial infection. A white tongue is usually fungal. Swishing coconut oil in the mouth might help too. Best of luck.
     
  3. himsahimsa

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    It is your guts and their bacterial guests that are out of whack and that will harm you. You have to get them right before any nutritional manipulations can do any good. A non-symbiotic intestinal environment means lots of extra nasty endotoxin generation and increased intestinal permeability to make it worse. If all this started after increasing your intake of sugars, I would be thinking candida. You will have to get your microbiom firmly (re?)established and symbiotic before you can handle a full time Orange Julius diet. Your mouth is the top end of your guts. Whatever shows up there indicates what's going on below.

    If this persists, go to a doctor (an allopath) and get swabbed for a culture. You don't have to agree to her recommended course of action if it sounds unsound but you should know what is eating you if you can. (I demand a culture before agreeing to antibiotics.) (I refuse fluoroquinolones.)

    Don't just blow this off.
     
  4. ballomar

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    I know Peat is against lacto-fermented stuff, but live cultured products - sauerkraut, kefir - really help me with these sorts of things. If you are scared of lactic acid try live apple cider vinegar.
     
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