By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
October 23, 2017
- Why does your sweat stink?
- Women like the smell of men who eat these foods
- Certain health conditions may contribute to body odor
Down here in South Florida, it’s hard not to sweat. Patients come into my office with large patches of moisture at the underarms of their shirts, on their backs and ringing around their collars. And sometimes it smells pretty lousy.
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The thing that most people don’t realize is that sweat doesn’t come out of the body smelling bad. It’s actually the interaction of the sweat with skin bacteria that produces the odor. Let me explain… Continue reading