There are some foods that can make you smell bad after eating, and even if you decide to spend the day alone watching a movie on the sofa, you definitely don't want to smell bad.
It is not intended garlic or onions, so the presence of these foods in any meal confirms that an unpleasant smell will emanate from the mouth or when sweating, but it is strange that there are other useful foods that may cause you embarrassment because of the unpleasant smell that results from them.
In her report, which was published by the American "Eatthis.com" magazine, author Isadora Baum said that there is no doubt that most foods that cause bad smell are good for you, such as eggs and many types of vegetables;
This means that you can still include and enjoy them in your diet, but just be aware of when and where you eat them.
Here are a number of foods that can make you smell bad after eating:
If you go to the bathroom to urinate shortly after eating asparagus, the urine is likely to smell foul.
But this is completely normal. Lauren Harris Pincus, a dietitian and dietitian and author of The Protein-Packed Breakfast Club, says that the sulfur compounds produced by asparagus are the reason behind this smell, and it is strange that some people do not produce This compound and they cannot smell it;
If you are one of these then you are in luck.
Sulfur compounds produced by asparagus are the reason behind bad-smelling urine (German)
Eggs also contain sulfur-filled compounds, which can make your gas smell unpleasant.
Additionally, Harris Pincus revealed that "a small percentage of people suffer from a genetic condition that results in the body's inability to break down a foul-smelling compound, resulting in a fish-like odor."
The author indicated that cabbage is a type of cruciferous vegetables, which makes it one of the foods that can cause you to smell bad.
"As a high-fiber food, it can cause bacteria to ferment the fiber in the intestine that produces gas," says Harris-Pincus.
Additionally, there are also ingredients that contain sulfur, which breaks down into hydrogen sulfide, resulting in a rotten egg-like odor.
Likewise, sulfur-rich Brussels sprouts, since they are part of the cruciferous family of vegetables, when your body breaks down them, it may start to release sulfur-containing gases through your pores, causing an unpleasant body odor for a few hours. ”In contrast, it is recommended to eat it cooked or Boiled instead of raw to reduce the effects.
It is recommended to eat Brussels sprouts cooked or boiled instead of raw to reduce its irritating effects (Pixabay)
Harris Pincus says that broccoli is another cruciferous vegetable, like cabbage, and it can also emit unpleasant odors for the same reasons, which are high amounts of fiber and ingredients that contain sulfur.
But broccoli is very healthy and provides a lot of nutrients, so enjoy less.
"Many spice combinations add great flavor, but they also give off a pungent aroma due to their exposure to heat," the writer quoted Brigitte Zeitlin, a registered dietitian and owner of the website "BZnutritionny", as saying.
Curry is one of these spices, as it can linger for a long time.
6. Fried food
It takes the body a long time to break down and digest the fats and oils found in fried, processed and fatty foods.
According to Zeitlin, "As these processed foods settle in your stomach, they can become rancid, causing bad breath, bad burping and flatulence."
It takes the body a long time to break down and digest the fats in processed fried foods (Al Jazeera).
7. Hot food
According to Zeitlin, when the body breaks down spicy foods, it turns them into gases containing sulfur, which escape through the pores and leave your body smelling strange for a few hours, until all those gases are eliminated.
Despite the beauty that beetroot (beets) give to the dish, Elise Shapiro - a registered dietitian - stated that it "contains a high percentage of methyl, as such foods break down into chemical compounds in the digestive system, and can create a fish-like smell." .
Shapiro says that coffee can stimulate the central nervous system, which may stimulate the sweat glands.
Additionally, "coffee can also cause dry mouth, allowing bacteria to grow and cause bad breath."
"Fat from dairy products can be excreted in sweat, which may lead to a strange smell," Shapiro says. "The fat waste in dairy products is also digested by the bacteria on your skin, which causes strange body odor as well."