11 Body Odors You Shouldn’t Ignore

When your body gives off an unpleasant scent, it is known as body odor. This scent is caused by bacteria breaking down sweat and is largely linked to the apocrine glands. However, body odor, from head to toes, can alert doctors to potential health issues—even cancer.

Find out what those distinctive smells may signal.

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6 thoughts on “11 Body Odors You Shouldn’t Ignore”

  1. I am concerned, because I have early stage Parkinson’s, moderate? kidney function. a huge hiatal hernia with witch I am working to avoid surgery. My DNA says that I do not absorb drugs well, so I have to take double of everything, When Demoral and Valium were used for colonoscopies, it took 100mg demoral and 10 of Valium, IV to knock me out. I need to check with neurologist as I am on NuPro and check with nephrologist. I am an ex F&R volunteer, but quit when my daughter was murdered…..so I am told I have PTSD…You are lucky I am not naming everything…..BTW, if you have a cheaper package, I don’t need cook books, etc, as I am in an assisted living home. Love to Australia.

  2. yea we have a very bossy woman at work she hasn’t been there long, not long enough to get the idea of how we do things but she is dead set she is going to take over. she has a body odor problem, smells like the smell you get from being downwind of a fish canneries gut pile! she is rather large ok obese and keeps trying to pick up the guys at work, the one that went for it had red bumps all over him a bit later, I think she is a demoncrap as well, Think I should be concerned? and Oh No I am not getting near this creature!

  3. BODY ORDOR, celiac, crohn’s, colitis, ulcerative colitis a natural treatment (PINE NUT OIL) see pinenutoil.org FEET ORDOR, Soak feet in (BRAGG’S APPLE CIDER VINEGAR) mix w/water.
    UNDER ARM PERSPIRATION, could be Emotional or LIVER DETOX.

    STAY SAFE

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