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Food Choices That Can Fight Male Organ Odor By John Dugan

  in Wellness, Fitness and Diet | Published 2016-11-07 10:12:57 | 144 Reads | Unrated

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An uncomfortably strong male organ odor can be a “date killer” and a source of significant embarrassment for a man. Sometimes food choices can have an impact on unwanted member odor.

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Few things are as likely to ruin a guy’s chances at a thrilling time in bed as removing the trousers, anticipating that a handsome manhood can make a proper impression – and finding that impression undercut by an overwhelming male organ odor.  Fighting male organ odor is one of the most important components of successful male organ care, so a guy should look into all possible options. One which he may not have considered: the food choices that he makes.

Food and male organ odor 

Science has learned that food and diet can have a

strong impact on almost all aspects of health, including male organ health. The food a person eats can affect the specific aroma of the sweat that leaves the body. Since a great deal of male organ odor is caused by the sweaty conditions of the midsection, it’s easy to see why some foods might increase that odor. At the same time, diet impacts the odor associated with urine as well, and small droplets or dribbles of urine that dry on the member can accumulate and add to an odor condition.

Many people who are concerned about food’s impact on male organ odor concentrate on those dietary choices that can create a bad smell – things like asparagus, garlic and fish. But it might be just as beneficial to look at some of the things that can prevent or improve male organ odor instead.

- Water. First and foremost, staying properly hydrated is one of the keys to fighting male organ odor (or body odor of any sort). This might seem counterintuitive: if sweat causes male organ odor, wouldn’t drinking more water enable a person to sweat more? In fact, increasing water intake doesn’t increase the amount one sweats. But more water does cause a greater dilution of the ingredients that can lead to odor. It also better helps the body to flush toxins out of the body more consistently.

- Citrus fruits. Oranges, lemons, grapefruit – the citrus fruits tend to be a good friend to those with odor issues. The acids help move water throughout the body, and the fibers in these fruit are useful in hurrying toxins through the expulsionary process.

- Spinach and kale salad. Plant foods that are rich in fiber (such as spinach and kale) have the same fiber-based benefit as citrus fruits. By aiding foods through the digestive process, they eliminate their “overtime” in the body and keep the system fresher and less likely to accumulate odor that gets passed on to the manhood and other body parts.

- Tea.  Either green or black tea can help keep the member smelling better due to its high antioxidant content. There is also a lot of tannic acid in tea, and it is believed that this can help to control moisture in traditionally damp body parts - such as the manhood.

- Herbs.  Fresh-smelling herbs like spearmint or parsley are often used to counteract bad breath; when digested, they can also help to keep sweat from smelling as aromatic.

Wise food choices can go a long way toward helping control unwanted male organ odor. But diet alone cannot solve persistent problems, so a man should definitely make a first rate manhood health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) a regular part of his male organ health regimen. There are many crèmes out there, but a man should find one that includes vitamin A in the ingredient list. Vitamin A (also called retinol) is well known for antibacterial properties that help to reduce male organ odor while also preventing aging of manhood skin cells. And while citrus fruits can help contribute vitamin C, a crème with that vitamin can focus its benefits directly on the member, significantly aiding collagen production and improving manhood blood flow.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: http://www.penishealth101.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.