How to Naturally Smell Good

by Head Health Nutter on June 20, 2010

Did you know not all people have to wear deodorant? If you ripen frequently (meaning, it’s obvious to you and others when you’re due for a shower), it might have something to do with your diet!

Personally, I notice (and so has my Honey, though he tells me in a respectful way) when I need to spend more attention to my food choices. If I’ve been eating a bit too much junk, my body odour becomes stronger, bitter and more sour.

Actually, I down-right stink!

On the other hand, after cleansing for a few months and even when I sweat profusely, it’s a clean odour. It still smells like sweat but, as surprising as it might sound, it’s not an unpleasant odour!

Have you ever wondered why babies smell so good? It’s because their bodies are new. They haven’t had a chance yet to gunk up their systems with chemicals and undigested foods.

Dan McDonald, the Life Regenerator, is an interesting, fun, enthusiastic and inspiring `real’ guy cleaning up his body, mind and soul with healthy living.

Here’s his latest YouTube video, “How to Smell Good Naturally,” where he shares a yummy green drink recipe and talks about the benefits of eating a clean diet:

Watch more of Dan’s videos on the LifeRegenerator YouTube channel.

I don’t know about you but after I watch this video I was inspired to put some kale and parsley in my berry smoothie this morning!

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microphonesstyle July 1, 2010 at 3:07 am

Because the adults can intake of many different food, so their body will naturally produce an unpleasant taste.


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