Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Does Weight Loss Cause A Female To Smell?
























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  1. Well the short answer is Yes! Weight loss can cause you to smell.

    Weight loss done properly results in fat loss. That is the primary goal - to lose fat. You do want to avoid losing muscle. Muscle helps to keep your metabolism high so you can continue to burn fat.
    The fatty tissues of our body is where we hold onto the poisons that we take in from our environment, as well as the poisons or waste that our bodies manufacture.
    Now if you have ever heard the warnings from game and wildlife authorities about eating fish from questionable waters, you know that they always advise that we not eat the fatty parts of the fish, because that is where the toxins reside.
    So when we lose fat, we will be detoxifying as we lose weight. And as the fat leaves our body in the form of sweat, urine and feces, those toxins will often give off an odor.
    Anytime you detox, you are releasing these toxins into your blood stream, and it’s always advisable to do this weight loss, or detox slowly so that your body doesn’t become overwhelmed with the poisons being released.
    You can use self hypnosis to assist you in any long term efforts to make changes. This is a simple process that just engages your imagination in a very healthy and productive way. If you could imagine every one of your cells working feverishly to detoxify and lose weight, and assist them in your imagination your body will respond better to what you want to accomplish.

  2. A “Ketogenic” diet (like Atkins or Protein Power) – very high in protein and very low in carbohydrate. Ketogenic diets produce and cause you to expel Ketone bodies (the result of incomplete metabolism of fat) that still contain calories. Therefore, fat can be lost that is not accounted for in energy expenditure. Although Ketogenic diets are not really dangerous, there are nutritional imbalances requiring lots of supplements and these programs are difficult to follow, often produce temporary results and are usually accompanied by bad breath and body odor (Ketones don’t smell nice).


Avoid Body Odor

Water

If you are worried about the body odor then first thing you have to do is drink a lot of water and it will help to flush a good amount of toxins present in the body. Thus you can avoid your body odor to an extent. Also take at least three baths per day during summer and two baths in other seasons. You can also keep your self immersed in a tub containing two glass tomato juices for 15 minutes.

Baking Soda

Apply a little baking soda in the under arms and this will kill the bacteria present in the under arms and it also helps you to absorb most of the sweat forming in the under arms.

Wheat Grass

Wheat grass is found to have good effect on the body odor. Take one glass of water containing 500 mg wheat grass in empty stomach and the chlorophyll present in it will help you can reduce your body odor.

Vinegar

You can apply some white vinegar or apple cider vinegar on your arm pit and also on your legs. This will help you to remain odor less through out the entire day.

Potato

You can rub a freshly cut potato on your under arms and wash it only when it dries out. This will keep you fresh through out the day.

Essential oil

Apply a little essential oil on the under arms or areas prone to sweating. You can use rosemary oil. Tea tree oil etc and the anti bacterial ingredients present in these essential oils will keep the bacteria away from your body.

Food

In order to reduce body odor you have to avoid the intake of hydrogenated oil, red meat, alcohol, refined sugar, caffeine, while flour, garlic, cumin etc. Instead of such thing you have to take foods that are rich in fibers like fresh fruits, leafy vegetables, raw nuts, whole grains, soy products, sprouts etc.