Some of the foods below are actually still good for consumption, so there is no need to avoid them completely. It’s good to reduce or balance it with other foods.
Here are some foods that can cause odor and infection in miss V.
Alcohol has properties that can make the body dry. As a result, alcohol consumption, besides making the body dry also affects the vagina.
When the body does not get good hydration, the vagina also cannot produce adequate lubricants. Alcohol can also cause problems with sexual function and sleep disorders.
Intake of foods high in sugar can trigger infection in the miss V. “Bacteria really like sugar, warmth, and moisture,” said reproduction expert Christine Greves, cited from Bustle. She said, foods high in sugar could increase the risk of infection in the area of intimate organs.
Basically, all foods that cause bad breath, can also cause odor in intimate organs.
Broccoli can also cause odor in the vagina. This vegetable has good benefits for health. However, it has side effect causing unpleasant smells on intimate organ. The smell of broccoli usually disappears on its own in a few days.
“Broccoli is very good for health including the vagina, breast and hormones. Combining it with sprouts is the right choice,” said health expert Anna Cabeca.
A study shows that, high-fat foods such as those processed with fried are associated with an increased risk of bacterial vaginosis infection in miss V. Bacterial vaginosis infection is characterized by symptoms of vaginal discharge, itching in the intimate organs, and burning sensation when urinating.
Coffee has a strong aroma that can change the smell of body fluids such as sweat and intimate organs. Changes in the body can affect acidity in miss V and are more susceptible to infection.
If you consume coffee, balance it with lots of water intake to reduce the effects of caffeine.
Cheese and other dairy products can cause hormone problems due to high levels of insulin. Too much cheese can also interfere with bacteria in the vagina and cause fungal infections.
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