Body odor depends on the food.
Therefore, when you want to prevent body odor, you need to be aware of what you eat.
- I’m worried about body odor!
- I want to take alkaline foods!
- What are the disadvantages of acidic foods?
Body odor is caused by food
First of all, there are three main routes to body odor.
- From inside the body
- From the intestines
- From the skin
All of these are diet related.
None of the vegan I met had body odor.
Excuse me, I met some vegan foreigners and they didn’t have any body odor. I was really surprised.
Vegan has a pure vegetarian diet.
Animal proteins and lipids are acidic foods that cause body odor.
Therefore, I think that vegan who does not eat meat and consume a lot of alkaline foods such as beans, vegetables, and fruits do not have much body odor.
Benefits of eating alkaline foods
The human body is kept at about pH 7.4.
Alkaline foods are rich in minerals such as potassium, sodium, calcium and magnesium.
Therefore, ingestion of mineral-rich alkaline foods promotes metabolism, and as a result, anti-aging can be expected.
And minerals prevent the oxidation of animal proteins and lipids that cause body odor.
Therefore, you can expect to prevent body odor.
Adverse effects of ingesting acidic foods
Acid foods are high in phosphorus and sulfur. In other words, animal foods and processed products.
And animal foods are high in animal protein and fat.
Animal proteins cause “intestinal body odor”, and lipids cause aging and sebum odors.
Animal proteins are broken down into amino acids in the body.
At this time, ammonia, indole, hydrogen sulfide are produced, which flow into the blood and release the odor through the pores.
In addition, meat spoils in the intestines and causes intestinal and body odor.
Lipids are the source of sebum in the sebaceous glands.
This sebum oxidizes and causes body odor.
Alkaline foods that prevent body odor
The citric acid contained in pickled plums suppresses the smell of sweat.
It also prevents bad breath due to its bactericidal action.
Therefore, pickled plums are said to be the best way to prevent body odor.
Seaweeds such as wakame seaweed, kelp, and mozuku seaweed have detoxification and purification effects.
In addition, its abundant dietary fiber promotes defecation and regulates the intestinal environment.
By doing so, you can expect to prevent body odor from the intestines.
Polyphenols have antioxidant properties and prevent body odor.
Apple polyphenols of apple
Sesame lignan of sesame
Cocoa polyphenols of cocoa
Ginger shogaol of ginger
Curcumin of turmeric and curry powder
Anthocyanins of blueberry and grape
Luteolin of shiso or garland chrysanthemum
Green leafy vegetables and fruits, which are high in vitamin C, prevent the oxidation of lipids.
Vegetables such as rape blossoms, parsley, turnips, kale, arugula, and paprika, fruits such as yuzu, persimmon, and kiwi, and potatoes.
Vitamin C is sensitive to heat, but potato vitamin C is resistant to heat and can be easily ingested.
Vitamin E, which has antioxidant properties, prevents the oxidation of lipids.
Green leafy vegetables such as moroheiya, shiso, basil, parsley, paprika, yuzu, avocado, almonds, peanuts, wheat germ, etc.
Vitamin E has a preventive effect on dementia and cataracts, and also has a function to regulate reproductive system function.
The foods introduced this time have antioxidant effects, prevent body odor, promote metabolism, and are also anti-aging.
You can expect to prevent body odor by cleaning the inside of your body with a meal.
If you are worried about body odor, why not try reducing meat and increasing vegetables and fruits?