Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Inside look

Your unique smell can provide clues about how healthy you are

Sweet or Fruity Body Odor: This can be a sign of diabetes. When the body is unable to use glucose properly, it breaks down fats for energy, producing a chemical called ketones.

Fishy Smell: A rare metabolic disorder called trimethylaminuria causes the body to be unable to break down trimethylamine, a compound derived from the diet that has a strong fishy odor.

Musty or Moldy Odor: A musty or moldy smell can be indicative of liver disease. This is due to the buildup of certain substances in the body that the liver would normally get rid of.

Sour Body Odor: A sour body odor, often compared to the smell of vinegar, can result from excessive sweating and is often associated with certain dietary habits.

Ammonia Smell: If your sweat starts smelling like ammonia, it could be an indication that your body is using proteins for energy, which happens when your dietary intake of carbohydrates is low.

Bad Breath (Halitosis): While bad breath is often related to dental health issues, it can also signal underlying health problems, such as infections, gastrointestinal problems, or metabolic disorders.

Body Odor Changes: Sudden changes in body odor without a clear cause (like diet, medication, or lifestyle changes) could indicate medical conditions requiring a doctor's evaluation.

Marky Park from Hypebeast



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