A food you eat directly shows a positive or a negative effect on your body.
There are different causes of body odor (listed here); stinky food is one among them.
The food you eat is broken into small compounds which then go through blood and excess material comes out as waste, through sweat. So, the food you eat if it has stinky smell then your sweat smells stinky causing body odor. Here are the foods to watch for.
Foods that Causes Body Odor
Alcohol and Smoking
At least 10% of tea, coffee, soda, alcohol, and tobacco is left unprocessed which cause perspiration. In particular, alcohol gives a foul smell when you talk, breath and also urine and sweat give an unpleasant smell.
Low Carb Diet
Low carbohydrate diet (restricted carbohydrate consumption) may lead to greater sweat release which gives a foul smell because of a chemical called ketones.
Despite their health benefits, vegetables that are in the Brassica family—cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli, for example—contain high levels of sulfur. This chemical has a naturally unappealing smell that can worsen your odor. The pungent aroma will escape through your breath, sweat, and, yep, gas. It’s one of the reasons your toots smell so bad. This doesn’t mean you should snub these veggies altogether; boiling them removes most of the stench. You can also add spices like coriander, turmeric, and caraway to level out the sulfuric scent.
Dairy products are filled with proteins; excess consumption takes long to digest. Hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan are released in the body when you take excess dairy products, these chemicals trigger foul smell.
Not just body odor, junk food triggers many health problems. Either you need to plan for an exercise routine or give-up eating junk food.
Besides having health benefits which include curing heart disease. But choline (a B-complex vitamin) found in tuna and salmon increases body odor.
Though you’ll have a good time eating fired meat, your digestive system faces bad time; as it takes extra effort to digest. Over-eating leads to perspiration which results in the unpleasant smell.
Do you love spicy food? I too, but we need to balance our diet, excess sulfur in food comes out of the body as sweat and breathe. So, avoid those mouth-watering hot curries when needed.