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  1. #1 Foods affecting body odor 
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    I always hear about vegetarians/vegans being able to smell an odor meat eaters and/or cheese eaters give off. Do foods really affect the odors our bodies emit? (excluding passing gas, by odor I'm talking about what comes out of our pores.) Is it possible to say drink a lot of jasmine tea were the scent starts coming out of the pores?


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    Not everything you eat can cause that.

    I know for a fact garlic does ... but that is the only one I know of off hand.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmafactor
    Not everything you eat can cause that.

    I know for a fact garlic does ... but that is the only one I know of off hand.
    Does a garlicy odor come out of a garlic eater's pores?
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    Yes.
    If a woman is lactating and she eats garlic .. the milk comes out all garlicky. : /
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