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How Sexy is the Sexiest Man Alive if he turns heads in the other direction when he opens his mouth to speak? How well Supported is the Best Supporting Actress if the person handing her the Oscar can tell she had three martinis in the Bentley? Even though the television audience won't notice, the people at the Scene do. And to win the award for Most Enviable Celebrity, you've got to be fabulous on the Scene.
Let information be your friend. If things taste different in your mouth, that's a warning that your Presentation may be in jeopardy. And whenever someone hands you a breath mint, take it. Breath mints rarely work, but in taking the mint you are taking the hint.
Parsley is a miracle food that not only makes a great miniature topiary, but also is a natural breath freshener. Ask for extra in a restaurant if you're unsure.
And of course, drink plenty of water, that precious fluid. Water is like moisturizer for the inside. Mineral water, sparkling water, with a squeeze of lime, with or without ice. Water puts back some of the defenses caffeine and alcohol take out of your body. I drink almost constantly.
Visit your healthcare professional if the problem is chronic. And proper oral hygiene is a must. I visit my dentist twice a month. Sometimes he looks at my teeth.
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