It is a well-known fact that perspiration is the prime cause of body odour. While bacteria are the primary cause, there may be underlying causes like excessive sweating, low blood sugar, metabolic dysfunction, menopause or even emotional stress (anger, fear, excitement). Any imbalance in metabolism or diet, resulting in constipation may also result in stronger odours. Some individuals cannot metabolism foods containing large amounts of choline, such as egg, fish, liver and legumes. This results is a “fishy” smell. Certain foods and drinks, such as onions, garlic, coffee and alcohol, are also prime causes for body odour.
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