Vitamin D and Bad Breath

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Can being low in Vitamin D cause you to have bad breath?

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Vitamin d and bad breath
by: Kerri Knox, RN-The Immune Health Queen!

You can have bad breath whether your Vitamin D Level is normal, low or high...

But it's unlikely that the vitamin D deficiency is the cause of your bad breath. BUT, vitamin d deficiency can contribute to the development of periodontal disease which could be causing your bad breath.

When was the last time you saw a dentist and were evaluated for periodontal disease or any other dental infections? That would be the first thing that you should look into as a cause of your bad breath.

If you DO have any dental or gum infections, then you should read Money by the Mouthful. It will show you a different perspective on how to take car of- and even HEAL your teeth and gums without surgery!!

And whether or not you have periodontal disease or not, you should get checked for the H Pylori Bacteria as it can be a major cause of bad breath and is also harbored in the gums of those with periodontal disease.

The Test for H Pylori is quick and easy and is done right in your own home- no blood draw necessary.

And be sure to get a full medical workup, as persistent bad breath COULD be a symptom of something serious.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Health Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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