SO WHAT HAPPENS WHEN AFTER YOU HAVE BEEN TO E.N.T.

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So fellow sufferers what happens now. You have been to the doctors, dentists, ent specialist, and youve spent a fortune on products that promise to cure your bad breath? 

Where do you go from here? Do you give up and say "this is me accept me as i am" and hope for the best? I am baffled. I dont know what to do anymore. 

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    I just posted a ton of information in the other thread that will help you out... and it involves CHEAP methods. The information cured me of my chronic bad breath. Why are you so opposed to trying it? You baffle ME.
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      Because there is so much information and methods there its unbelievable. All this dieting and eting fermented foods etc its too much. And what if it doesnt work? What then ? Everytime i try something and it doesnt work it kills me inside. I have a medical condition and a medicinal cure SHOULD be the answer. It would take me years too go through all your solutions. 

      Just answer me two questions

      Which ONE of these solitions cured you fecal breath?

      And are you 100% sure you are not suffering anymore ?

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      Eliminating dairy, sugar, and foods with high carbs. Replacing those foods with fermented foods and taking the most potent probiotic on the market is what cured me. Your gut health controls 90% of all diseases and disorders. Your breath is a key indicator of your gut health. If it constantly smells terrible, then you have an unhealthy gut that is loaded with bad, smelly bacteria.

      Like I said before, the ONLY way to eliminate bad, smelly bacteria is to replace it with good bacteria. If there is another way to get rid of bad bacteria, then please enlighten me.

      Like yourself, I tried everything there is to try and get rid of my poop breath, including two surgeries. This is the ONLY method that has given me long-lasting relief. Yes, I am sure it has cured me. I used to wake up with horrible breath. Every time I would eat a meal, a few minutes after finishing, I would get a horrible taste in my mouth. I never experience that taste or smell anymore, and I no longer get reactions from people. Both of my brothers tell me that I no longer have the farty smell when I talk. I'm not sure what else I can say.

      If you try a method and it doesn't work for you, of course it's going to make you feel down. But how else do you plan on curing yourself if you aren't willing to try anything and everything? Your argument doesn't make sense. I'm just trying to help you because I know how hard it is to have bad breath.

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      Firstly dont be offended by me please. I know you are trying to help me and i thank you for that. I cant cut out all the food otherwise what would i eat. Whats the point in eating foods i dont like. My main diet is rice as i am west indian. Does that come under the foods you described? Also What is the most potent pro biotic on the market please tell me the exact brand. Message it me if you have to cos am gonna buy some tomorrow.

      And thank you...you can understand why i am so negative

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      Yes, I do understand why you are being negative and cynical. I was the same way until I experienced just a little bit of relief from changing my lifestyle. Once I saw SOME relief, I knew that my gut and diet was my problem. It's just common sense. You are what you eat.

      If your diet is mainly rice, then yes, that is most likely your problem. 1 cup of rice has a whopping 45 grams of carbohydrates. If it's a staple, then you are probably consuming rice with every meal, correct? That means your digestive system is constantly being fed carbohydrates, which for a lot of people are hard to digest.

      If you aren't willing to change your diet then I can't be much help to you. But you could still try to add fermented foods to your diet, even if you aren't willing to stop the high carb foods.

      VSL3 is the probiotic I take. It is expensive. But it works extremely well. You don't have to buy that probiotic though if you are consuming foods with high amount of probiotics, which fermented foods have. But if you can afford the VSL3 then start slow with it because it is VERY potent. Maybe just a quarter serving a day of the 400 billion version and work your way up slowly. Go back and read the other thread about the die-off symptoms you most likely will experience if you go this route.

      Good luck!

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      Thanks for your advice...but i cant seem to find any info on die off symptons when using vsl3....please explain this...also will my doctor prescribe vsl3 and can you tell me exactly what you paid for it. I am in the uk by the way. I assume you are as well
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      I'm in the USA. If you have health insurance, your provider will cover the charges of VSL3 if you can prove you have a bacterial overgrowth. You will have to go to a gastro doctor and get him to take a sample of your bowels for proof.

      Look in the other discussion thread about die-off symptoms. I go into detail there.

      Look up "Nourishing Plot Making Sauerkraut" for an exact recipe for sauerkraut.

      Make your own sauerkraut, do not buy it. You just buy a head of organic cabbage. Slice it up into really small pieces. Put it in a smaller jar then add a little bit of filtered water to it. Add some mineral salt. Then cover with an airtight lid. Leave it on your countertop for 5 days or so. It will ferment and turn into a probiotic haven. One tablespoon of it will have more probiotics than a months worth of a probiotic supplement, like Pearl or Align. The VSL3 supplement has 8 kinds of good bacteria within it. So when you combine the VSL3 with sauerkraut, it's a flood of probiotics from a food source and a supplement source which is the best of both worlds.

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    This might help you, it is what the Doctor on C4's progamme Embarrassing Illnesses has to say about Faecal Breath.

    Emis Moderator comment: I have removed the link as it was to a site unsuitable for inclusion in the forums. If users want this information please use the Private Message service to request the details or use Google to search for the programme/subject.

    http://patient.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/398316-adding-links-to-posts

    http://patient.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/398331-private-messages

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    Hope you're doing better Shibby, this condition can be hell.

    In case you're not... try changing your attitude first. What's all this about "too much information and methods" and asking for ONE 100% sure-fire cure. Come on now brother, life isn't like that. Anyone who has overcome this issue has worked hard and applied themselves for months or even years. They've changed habits for the better, and learned to live a healthier life. Most sufferers had to go through a long process of trial and elimination before finding something that helped them in the slightest. It sucks and is a little sad to see you complaining about this then making excuses and saying that you can't handle the emotional toll. Come on now mate, man up. So either lift your head high and try EVERYTHING or just "accept who you are, and hope for the best." 

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