Does bad breath signal poor digestive health?

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Yes

Dental
bad breath may be due to a wide variety of causes. Food, poor dental hygiene, bad teeth, gastro esophageal reflux, or different types of food intake, such as garlic.
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Bad breath or "halitosis" could be the result of poor oral hygiene. However, there are many disorders of the GI tract that may cause halitosis despite proper oral hygiene. Common causes would be a Zenker's diverticulum, large hiatal hernia, and achalasia.
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Yes

Intestine
Bad breath(halitosis) may be a symptom of dysbiosis-an overgrowth of abnormal bacteria in the stomach and intestine. A probiotic may help remedy this.
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