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Olive oil & halitosis - I As certain foods are...

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Topic: Healthful traits of Olive Oil I. Monounsaturated fats A. Lower blood cholesterol levels B. Keep arteries free of blockages C. Reduce heart attacks and strokes II. Antioxidants A. Prevent oxidation B. Increase immune function C. Decrease infection and cancer III. Polyphenols A. Strengthen immune system B. Prevent cancer and heart disease Main idea: There are three main health benefits from using olive oil in our diets. Monounsaturated fats, antioxidants and polyphenols are the three main benefits from adding olive oil to our diets. Using olive oil strengthens the immune system and prevents disease from occurring. Topic: causes of halitosis
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Unformatted text preview: I. As certain foods are digested a. Garlic and onions b. Carried through blood to lungs / expelled through mouth II. Dry mouth a. Flow of saliva decreases b. Saliva cleanses the mouth III. Oral hygiene is poor a. Improper brushing and flossing = food particles b. Causes bacteria in mouth IV. Medical disorder a. Infection of sinuses or respiratory tract b. Liver or kidney problems c. Diabetes Main idea: Food, poor oral hygiene, dry mouth, and medical conditions are the causes of halitosis. Bad breath occurs several ways. Halitosis occurs due to several different ways:...
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