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All people have body odor, more or less. This website is dedicated to you, if you have strong, or chronic body odor and you are trying to find an end to this torture. We have compiled research results to help you as much as possible. There is no definite remedy for everybody. Maybe the information you find here will help you in your search for a cure.

Body odor may be due to serious illnesses. Some people inherited body odor from their parents. Scientists have found the genetic mutation responsible for fish-odor syndrome, a rare condition which causes people to emit an odor similar to rotting fish. Body odor could be due to kidney disease, fungal infections, liver disease, or other illnesses. If you take a strong medication, the smell of that medication may be present in your body odor. The liberal use of antibiotics in the United States contributes to body odor. Diabetis patients may emit a smell of fruit or acetone because of the insulin they take. If you drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes or cigars, you will have an unpleasant body odor. The lack of vitamins and minerals may play a role in body odor. For most people, an unpleasant odor is due to bacteria present in sweat. Poor hygiene is also a common cause for body odor.


Body odor and chronic halitosis (bad breath) may be signs of intestinal toxicity (various toxins in the gastrointestinal tract.) The toxins are absorbed into the bloodstream and cause bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, constipation, body odor, and halitosis. There is a direct relation between unhealthy food and body odor. Garlic and onion are well known to cause bad breath. You should know that refined sugar, white flour, red meat, hydrogenated oils, alcohol, and other processed foods contribute to body odor.


If you suffer from body odor, you may experience the fear of being rejected. May we encourage you not to give up. You may not have to live with an upleasant body odor forever. 

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