That help your body odor. Besides cutting the garlic and asparagus.
Apparently eating a lot less meat and/or switching to a vegan/vegetarian heavy diet will do it.
I cut out sugar, white flour and anything fried in oil. When I used oil it was olive oil. I could tell almost immediately when I was done at the gym that I had almost no odor. It was weird.
No, it's not about the meat. Dairy is the worst, followed by sugar, refined grains (white flour), and industrially-processed oils. I cut those out and I can easily go a week w/o deodorant.
[quote]I can easily go a week w/o deodorant.
No, you can't.
Sometimes it's just one's own personal body chemistry and nothing, short of cutting out garlic, will prevent the garlic smell from coming through one's pores.
Example: I can eat a whole can of peanuts, but I had a co-worker with a violent allergy that had to carry an epi pen because she could go into
anaphylactic shock if she ate even a small amount of peanut. Some people can't tolerate strawberries, or shellfish. Or some folks have trouble digesting dairy or eggs.
R1, the myth of the no-stink vegetarian is just that. Every veg person I've known has reeked through their clothes.
What are the little absorbent cloth loops on washcloths and towels called? If the towel was a tongue, they would be tastebuds, know what I mean? They scrub skin cells off, and suck up your shower water.
Is there a word for those?
Alcohol is also a culprit. Too much coffee, sodas, and processed foods are not good.
Drink plenty of good liquids.