How to prevent bad breath after eating garlic

How to prevent bad breath after eating garlic
The main problem with garlic, is that even a long while after eating it, you often still have the smell on your breath.
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Last modified on: February 21th 2011

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To limit the effect, you should (as in this short video) remove the shoot from each garlic clove.

Jean-Pierre told me another trick: chew a leaf or two of parsley.

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